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AnthonyCawood
Posted: October 11th, 2015, 4:43am Report to Moderator
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Congrats Pia, look forward to seeing it!


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Wow, fifteen people - and a bidding war! That must have been exciting. Looking forward to seeing the film.

Congrats, Pia.


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Congrats, Pia!

I hope we get to see it here


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Congratulations Pia. I do like this script, I hope my comments helped. If so give me a credit

Best of luck with this and keep us informed!


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Congrats, Pia! Will watch and comment.
I see another one of your shorts and think - oh, haven't read this one. But then again I read so much of your stuff. You must have a bunch I guess.
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I deleted the link. Don is always being so nice, but this time I wasn't supposed to post a link online since the film is being submitted to festivals. I posted a link on FB with approval of the filmmaker because my account is private, but it shouldn't be linked anywhere else. Sorry.

This short has been filmed twice. Once by a student and then this version. The student wasn't allowed to show it online either since this guy got permission first. She made hers in a month. This version took two years. Filmmakers work at different speeds.  


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Congrats. I love this script!
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Congratulations, Pia.

I'm curious to know if they kept the ending as written because if I was the Wolfman, I would not have a dumbfounded look on my face as she slinked away with a wink after what she did.

I'd have a dumbfounded look for maybe 5 seconds before I chased that bitch down!


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Quoted from Colkurtz8

I'm curious to know if they kept the ending as written because if I was the Wolfman, I would not have a dumbfounded look on my face as she slinked away with a wink after what she did.

I'd have a dumbfounded look for maybe 5 seconds before I chased that bitch down!


Thanks!

The script went through some changes. Some of that because it was filmed in Georgian not English. Foxy was renamed Nina. Which I personally thought was boring, but who knows, maybe Foxy just didn't work the same over there as it does here. Wolfman was renamed Gagi. Which doesn't mean anything to me at all.

There were other changes as well. The dark humor was gone and I missed that. The ending was changed so that Foxy kills Wolfman. It worked, I just happened to like my version better. My intention with the relationship between Foxy and Wolfman was that she's way smarter than him. He's smitten by her and totally impressed, so when she reveals the truth at the end he doesn't really comprehend that she used him.

This one had a bidding war going on, but I liked it too much myself and didn't want to give up any rights to it, so I never sold it. I have tinkered with the idea of making it a feature, but it takes a little while to get your mind in the right frame to want to work on it for a longer period of time. I would have to be in a humorous mood and darkly violent at the same time. That takes work.  




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Quoted from Grandma Bear
The script went through some changes. Some of that because it was filmed in Georgian not English.


- That is interesting. I'm even more curious to see what a Georgian take on it would be.


Quoted from Grandma Bear
There were other changes as well. The dark humor was gone and I missed that. The ending was changed so that Foxy kills Wolfman. It worked, I just happened to like my version better. My intention with the relationship between Foxy and Wolfman was that she's way smarter than him. He's smitten by her and totally impressed, so when she reveals the truth at the end he doesn't really comprehend that she used him.


- That's a pity as the humour is one of the script's strongest qualities. Pff, they must take murder very seriously over there. I mean, what's up with that? The name change to Nina makes more sense now though. Your ending does chime better with the humour alright but again, it's understandable that they altered it to suit the new tone.

A bidding war? How flattering. Maybe a feature might be worth pursuing after all.

Anyway, I hope it turns out well.


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So, this is the final film. I watched it a few years back, but was not allowed to share because the guy was going to take it onto the festival circuit. He never told me that was now over, but thanks to someone's detective work, it was found and can be seen here.

Lots of changes from the script...


Two Psychos from Indie Me on Vimeo.



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Nice job there me thinks. Congrats.



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Just watched it.  I thought it was well done. Yeah, this is really good. Must see stuff. Congrats. -A


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I didn't see the script. So I don't have any idea about alternative ends. But I like what I watched. Congrats. (:
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Really enjoyed this. Could have been a bit tighter on the subtitles but everything else is top notch.


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