A film about a guy walking to Queen Street??
Pros: This was a very pretty film. Some good audio and video, and I really loved the "through the eye" shots where the same shots in the daytime and night were superimposed, it was very cool.
Cons: Non dialogue is hard, I get that. But I really had no clue what happened in this film or why. There seemed to be a lot of very large holes in the storytelling.
Overall: Some very impressive visuals, but a very muddy storyline made it quite difficult to watch.
Glad we didn't get this genre, but this team did very well. Loved their shots down Queen Street, beautiful camera work. This team must be commended on their camera shots and effects. But I still have no idea what was happening in the movie...
Pros: Had some cool little effects in the mix, camerawork was pretty sweet
Cons: Didnt understand what was happening during the film.
Overall: Non Dialogue made this one a bit confusing, but the shots were good and the vfx shots stood out. Loved the credits.
Very nice camera effects, not sure who/what he was searching for but Vic runs around the streets, finally meets a lady then falls asleep. 'Did you hear that' line was actually spoken, maybe should have been written or a lyric in a music track? Tough in a no dialogue film but still doable. But very high production values I thought and nicely edited, just didn't really get the story.
Hard genre. But I drifted off during this film so it can't have been engaging. Can't even remember what it was about.
Really needed a story, without one the effects used were pointless.
Technically, a very nice film. But despite the beautiful transitions between night and day, the story was lacklustre, and I would have liked to see them think a bit more on what to do for the line of dialogue, to help incorporate it into a non-dialogue genre.
I couldn't really spot the story either but it was intriguing enough waiting for it haha. Non dialogue would've been so hard and I think you had the right idea making it short since it can be quite difficult to hold an audiences attention for 7 minutes with no dialogue and on top of that the camerawork and effects were pulled off well to get you through the 2 and a half minutes.