'White on The Street - The life of William White' by Dub Dub Rollers

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White on The Street - The life of William White
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Biopic
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Rough Reviews
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The opening speech by the filmmaker proved to be more entertaining than the entire film itself. This was too rough to be taken seriously and went nowhere with its story or characters. Very poor use of elements. Extremely low production values... I'd be surprised if they'd touched a camera before this.

Rough Reviews
1

The opening speech by the filmmaker proved to be more entertaining than the entire film itself. This was too rough to be taken seriously and went nowhere with its story or characters. Very poor use of elements. Extremely low production values... I'd be surprised if they'd touched a camera before this.

Anonymous
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This was a weird little work film about a drug addict who used to work at a generic office workplace. Its storyline was unclear and made all the worse by poor acting of drugged up characters reading a script that didn't reveal their personalities or backgrounds. I found it hard to watch, hard to follow, and poorly produced. But they're clearly smart people, I reckon these guys could lift their game.

kizzlemizzlebizzle
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The story of a drug addict who used to work in an office.
This film wasn’t easy to watch because for some reason, it didn’t hold my attention. It was told through interviews which made it hard to get to know any of the characters. And most of the jokes fell flat. Except for the strung out addict being interviewed on the stairs by the train track. He was very funny because I couldn’t understand a word he said. And I think the actor playing him played other characters too. I just remembered, there was an hilarious line in this, “Did you just face book me in my space?” Still LOLing about this.

Anonymous
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Shot like 'The Office' but I didnt quite understand why the guy left his workplace. My favourite part is the bum with the high voice. Cant understand him at all but was interesting to watch. Favourite line: Did you just face book me in my space?