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SPARE A DIME

Average User Rating:
3.5/5,
YouTube URL:
  • Duration:
    2.23
    Film made while attending:
    New York Film Academy
    Camera:
    N/A
    Software Used:
    Final Cut Pro 4
    Other Film Equipment Used::
    Dolly, Reflectors
    Awards won:
    Honorable Mention at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival

Recent User Reviews

  1. Tatiana De Oliveira
    3/5,
    "Pretty nice"
    Pros - The music was good.
    setting was cool
    Cinematography was good.
    Cons - Confusing.
    Where'd she go????
    The film was good, I was just confused on what was happening and where she went. I liked the music and the way it sounded. The setting was beautiful and very fitting. The cinematography and camera angles were interesting and informative. Although the costumes were nice, the homeless girl did not have a costume to suit her character.
  2. ArunAlex
    4/5,
    "Amaturish and suttle"
    Pros - Fast and highly amateur type
    Cons - Less depiction , notba strong story board
    Short good short film on perceptions of people which may go wrong , quickly shot and quite amateur in style ,guess not short with. A camera But more of a mobile camera device the music goes well with each frames , more depth can be added into many shots and the actors could have put in more if natural acting , mood of the whole scene is projected , lightings are
    Natural type
    Anthony Fins likes this.
  3. myrsinikl
    4/5,
    "Short and touching!"
    Pros - Great selection of music and interesting twist at the end.
    Cons - A rather usual short film concept including some strange coincidences that are hardly believable.
    Interesting view of something we see regularly. Adequate acting and music that compliments without shadowing the action. The plot seems to be rather fairytale-inspired and the idea of the crippled girl following a stranger seemed to me rather fictional.
    Still, very good shooting, especially during the chase, that conveys tension without confusing the viewer.
    Anthony Fins likes this.