A young and hungry detective re-opens the investigation into a 46 year old murder after he discovers new evidence in an old case file that could allow him to finally pin the murderer for his crimes. However, he finds it more difficult than he assumed to convict the man he believes guilty.
Okay, We Have A Winner
I thought this film had it all. A pretty decent story, competent actors... but the lighting is what caught my attention. This team seams to have taken some time and paid attention to what the mood of the piece was. They didn't just show up in the afternoon and shoot whatever the scene was. They waited for night and...
Was great lighting was terrific cons don’t put characters in center of frame put them on opposite sides of frame, inter lighting was excellent but next time stage your scene looking into the shadow side of faces
It think this film really took the cinematography - Part I prompt to heart. They really spent the time to achieve a mood with their lighting. Their setups also helped to break up the conversation into something much more interesting to watch. Well Done!