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Twin

Average User Rating:
4.33333/5,
YouTube URL:
  • Duration:
    2:45
    Film made while attending:
    Academic University, Unit 46
    Camera:
    canon 7D
    Software Used:
    Adobe Premiere Pro - Cubase5
    Other Film Equipment Used::
    n/a

Recent User Reviews

  1. Nic Emery
    4/5,
    "interesting"
    Pros - clean, looks good, works
    Cons - handheld, acting,
    Hey, great job.

    It's an interesting concept effectively played out. Bravo. The looking shots definitely worked which was my biggest concern when I realized what was happening.

    The only thing I would really work on in working with the actor. Perhaps you are going for a muted take on the character, but it's nice to see emotion (depression, shock seeing himself, fear, whatever).

    Some of the compositions were tame, but not horrible.

    All around, nice work. Will be nice to see a more detailed, elongated account of something similar.
    Amirreza Taherverdi likes this.
  2. Freddie Lee 3
    5/5,
    "Twin"
    Pros - Actor, Concept, Location, Sound, and Cinematography.
    Cons - N/A
    Twin, is a really good concept. It took elements of suspense, thriller, and drama and merged it pretty well. I felt that the ending was superb. Is he trapped in a sort of limbo for taking his own life? Does he now haunt the bridge in the very spot? So many questions!
    Amirreza Taherverdi likes this.
    1. Amirreza Taherverdi
      Thank. It was a very good comment
  3. Owen Brindle
    4/5,
    "Cracking concept"
    Pros - Well shot, nicely paced.
    It's nice to watch a short film that has a good concept, then see that film carry the concept through. I wasn't sure what was going to happen, but because the film is kept brief, the viewer is still intrigued enough to stay with it till the conclusion. It doesn't look cheap. It looks very well made and shows you don't need lots of fancy equipment to make a good film.
    Amirreza Taherverdi likes this.