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N27 2012

N27 2012

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Published by Jesse Parker
CIFF Review for the Titled Envelope
CIFF Review for the Titled Envelope

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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: Jesse Parker on Jan 09, 2013
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


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N-27, 2021 Title: Rose WhiteScore: “A”Comments: Everything was great the music, the sound, thelighting, the script, the costumes, the storytelling, and thedirecting. The production was high quality the acting andcasting was well done. The story from Grimm’s I am familiarwith so I was thrilled with this adaptation. It reminded me of the original French movie version of “Beauty and the Beast”. The story was precise and conclusive, just well thought out. The camera work was creative but not ridiculouslyunnecessary. The directing did not give away too much toosoon, but it was too short. I would like to see more reservedintelligent film. Title: This Killing BusinessScore: “C”Comments: The make-up was too overdone with guy-linerand too much dye. The costumes were pointless. Why woulda salesman’s wardrobe consist of fishing vests in differentcolors that he wears everywhere including to a funeral? Thegirlfriend was wearing the same scarf everyday at the end. The whole thing had a ‘lost touch with reality’ feeling. Mostof the problem was the rampant over-acting. Womenportrayed as quietly going along with any sort of nonsense.For example a woman who “Likes it rough” but is toospineless to say anything about her boyfriend attempting tostrangle her and leave her for dead in the woods. Thegrieving widow is glad someone killed her cheating husbandbecause she never did anything about it. Several of the linesin the script were read ambiguously which further dissolvesthe suspension of disbelief. The synced voice-overs weregetting gimmicky but was a nice touch at first. The soundwas good the music at the end was a good choice. Title: Orenthal: The MusicalScore: “C”

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