This was tightly filmed and visually appealing, filmed up on one of Wellington's old gun emplacements. They also had an innovative way of dealing with the body switch. About the only thing that didn't make it for me was the story (or lack of?) - they show us the what of what's going on, but don't tell us why, and it made it harder for me to care about which side of the battle won.
This was enjoyable to watch, and very cool "body switch" effect. Felt more like an extended action sequence than a short film though.
Good special effects and use of Wellington landmark. The foggy back drop gave the film a nice touch. The name of the film fitted as it appeared to be a chance to use specials effects and run around with guns. Short and entertaining! Well done
Bodyswitch movie, technically it looked great, with great camera, location and visual effects. But I dont recall any dialogue or story other than some chick killing off all these guys guarding the old gun emplacements.
The best body-switch concept I've seen so far (and this genre is close to my heart). But I would have liked more of a story, and some motivation for the characters. Who is this woman and why does she want to kill all these people?
The FX were really slick and I liked the location shoot in the fog. But a scrap of a story or even some expository dialogue would have gone a long way. Felt like kids playing war with all the running round with guns.