Comments Made During the Contest
Amir Khazaieli (Level 1)
The color correction was great, the acting was superb. I loved the lighting, and the depth of field was stunning. The audio was crisp, and the subtle camera movements just made it even more wonderful.The camera angles were wonderful, and I love your choice of actors. Overall a great film, good job!
Andrew Zhou (Level 3)
Man that was awkward to watch..... xDOf course it was weird that she'd bring along a slab of meat, but I guess that's part of the story.Great camera work, and nice image quality. Acting was good too.There was a little issue with the sound levels in the beginning. The stallholder's voice and dramatic music were really loud in comparison to his footsteps into the kitchen.Also, I would like to know, why is he so against eating meat? Other than the obvious fact he's a vegetarian....and probably more. But why? And he says, I forgot how nice this is at the end. What made him become a vege?
Ayal Pinkus (Level 5)
Superb short! Should make it to film festivals, it is really good! Really professionally executed. I really can't find anything to fault. Acting was really well done. I also love how the different characters had distinctly different voices.Costumes were used effectively to portray characterization; the greengrocer, the boy with his very neat and tidy clothing, the girl with her sexy outfits.The story is funny funny funny! I loved it, a guy with a vegetable fetish, the girl turns him around and makes him like meat. Nice metaphor for turning a man from gay to straight. Camera/staging was handled well. Especially the framing, composition of the images, was handled effectively, each image a perfect work of art.Lighting was done well.Cannot find anything to fault. Very professional job. Very funny and entertaining! Loved it!
Bill Clar (Level 5)
Title: The original title is clever, but I can see how the new one better fits the story.Audio: The background noise at the farmer's market is a bit loud. It's overpowering the main dialogue. It also sounds like a restaurant background.Lighting: The lighting is excellent. For the dinner scene, the shadows are soft and I can see the details in the characters.Acting: Everyone does a good job, but Stephen has the best performance. I completely bought is neurotic and nervous behavior.Cinematography: Good camera angles. The candles work well in the over the shoulder shots at the table. Great use of a shallow depth of field.Script: The film is quite a rewrite from the original. Your story is funny and original. Realistic dialogue. I don't quite understand the importance of the onions (?) the farmer showed him in the greenhouse. Why did Stephen reject them?Production Design: The locations are very realistic. The apt, farmer's market, and greenhouse are full of details and colors.
Brian Howell (Level 5)
This is funny. Things just sound quirkier when they are said in a British accent. Anyway, the technical side of things was good. Nothing really stood out that I noticed, good or bad, which is perfect for this piece so the story and writing take center stage. Nice work there.The acting really soared in this. His facial expressions were outstanding. He would do these odd grunts and mumbles (sort of like Mr. Bean) that made me laugh. She played this nicely too.So I had to read the script to find out if the dragonfruit had been written in as a specific dragonfruit or just some exotic fruit. I love that fruit, which is why I was curious. Anyway, this changed quite a bit from the original. I must say, this version is fantastic. It was a little longer and went in a nice love-story direction. But the bit in the end with the market guy stole the show, I was laughing so hard.I think this is VERY GOOD!
Brian Wind (Level 5)
Script - I gave the original script a Good. I liked it all the way up to the ending, where I felt like you lost me. 3/5Performances - The acting was great all around here. Not once did anyone on screen give me the impression they were amateurs. Very professional. 5/5Cinematography - Again, very top notch. Superb lighting throughout and a very high quality camera. Sets all looked great. Very professional. 5/5Sound - I did my best to understand the English accents and for the most, it wasn't very difficult, but I didn't catch Stephen's line of dialogue while he's got a mouth full of meat at all. Aside from that all audio levels were just fine throughout. Any inserted sound FX went unnoticed and thus, were well done. 4/5Editing - Good transitions, good pace. If there was a shot of him eating the meat that had better audio than the one that got used, that would have been my only change. 4/5Score - Superb and well used throughout the film. 5/5Direction - This film was really well done. There were several great shots in this, but my favorite was the one his reflection in the window and her on the other side, inside the restaurant. You really did a very nice job on this! 4.5/5Script - 3/5Performances - 5/5Cinematography - 5/5Sound - 4/5Editing - 4/5Score - 5/5Direction - 4.5/5Overall = 30.5/35 = 4.36/5 = VERY GOOD
Bryony Quigly (Level 3)
I think this was a good adaption of what was, for me, quite a humourous script. You added a creepy element, while keeping some of the humour. The extension and changes to the storyline worked well with the material. I especially liked the scene where they were first in "date" mood. It represented the vast contrast between Hayley and Stephen. I also really liked the ending, I thought it wrapped it up really nicely. I think that all the aspects of this film were at a pretty high standard, the musical scoring could have done with some work. On remembering the film back it is the thing that stands out least.The change in title was also wise, I felt the title of the original script wasn't really relevant to the story.
Chris Keaton (Level 5)
Nicely acted, looked great, hell all around good film. The diversion to look at the exotic fruit didn't make much sense, I think you were trying to show the guys obsession and his turning away from it, but we know he had a 'problem'. I would've like to see more of the relationship, but really it was a good film.
Chris Messineo (Founder)
SCRIPT: I like the original script a lot. There was something oddly compelling about this man in love with his vegetables on a blind date with this voracious chatterbox. There are many changes from the original script here and while they add more to the story, I'm not sure that all of the new stuff works (e.g. the woman offering the raw meat or the grocer with the odd vegetable). It feels like it is trying to fill in the gaps and create complete character arcs, but I don't know if that is really necessary in a short film.PERFORMANCES: The actors are great. Perfectly cast. I especially like the woman. The difference between her date personality and her "out in the world" look is actually quite lovely.CINEMATOGRAPHY: The film has a great look. Very professional. Maybe a bit soft or lit at times, but still great.SOUND: This was a mixed bag for me. Sometimes it was spot on, but other times it felt like all of his noises were added in post and they really drew attention to themselves and took me out of the story.EDITING: I thought the editing was very nice. If anything, it could maybe be tightened a bit (a few seconds here or there), but nothing major. It moved along nicely.SCORE: The music is great. Always serving to underscore the story and providing a nice variety of moods.DIRECTION: The direction is very good. All of the elements work together and their is a clear vision for the film.OVERALL: This is clearly a professional effort all around. I just wish I engaged with this new story a bit more. I would of love to have seen this shot as the original script. Still, I did enjoy this a lot. Well done.
David Birch (Level 5)
this was worth the watch just to see the "blind" date show up after seeing her internet picture...priceless...got a little out there at the end, but overall a really fun picture..nice production value and good sound mixing..thanks...very well done...
David Laffey (Level 3)
Pretty hilariousLoved that the protagonist barely spoke, it had many funny moments and I enjoyed how the ridiculous story matched the ridiculous humor....not sure about the subplot with the old man growing the vegetable and hating it - i don't see how it helps the story. Also maybe you could have used a funnier or more relevant title.Acting was good, it felt right. It was energetic and the tone matched the moment.I would like to know why he ate the chicken sandwich, was it because he wanted to win the love of the woman? - if so, we need a reason for him to fall in love with her and I'm not sure that was theregood/very good
Elias Farnum (Level 5)
I enjoyed the story, and appreciate some dry humor, Caroline. I went into this fresh, as I didn't get to the script vote, and the only thing that didn't feel right was the tone. At times I felt this veered from pure comedy into something maybe darker. But that may just be the English style. I was, however, quite entertained. Very Good. In a way I am reminded of Mr. Bean.Every production value was fantastic, from the performances, to the score. Your characters here could carry a feature, and by characters, I also mean actors. Overall, my first excellent. Congratulations, and good luck.
Faith Friese Nelson (Level 5)
A most unusual story. Well filmed. The main actors were extraordinary. Excellent!
Ferdinand Casido (Level 2)
Nice subtext in the beginning with the phallic looking vegetable.Good reveal from the cleavage shot. Cleverly done setup and payoff. You go from a online profile of a hot woman to a dissolve of a not so good looking woman.Great line "you can put your meat in my grill any time." I laughed the whole time. Nice character change from a vegetarian to a meat eater for the sake of love. The two characters were setup to create really good conflict. The only thing I could see wrong is a nitpick of the ending. I didn't think the vendor's scene was necessary. Kudos to the actors, editors and writer and all the crew that worked on this nice short.
Fred Koszewnik (Level 5)
One of the best openings and resolutions I've seen in a movie in a long time. Both were positively brilliant. The middle felt a bit awkward. The costumes when his date arrived for dinner felt more Mardi Gras than believable. Still, it was thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining.
Heather O'Connell (Level 4)
That was a funny film, reminded me of Mr. Bean the way the guy muttered and hardly said anything. The picture and sound were good, great acting. I loved the line about the "vegetenarian". Very entertaining script. The only part that confused me a bit was the food processor - what was he trying to do? The end bit was pretty funny.:) Heather
Heidtmann Oppong (Level 4)
Its good. I like STEPHEN character, foreshadows most guys here in Ghana -innocent, shy but tend to look for counter-attitude girls. The setting and everything was also ok for me. Good job done my friend, good job.
Herman Chow (Level 5)
Script: What a strange story. Two lovers, one a vegetarian and one a meat lover. But I guess that's where conflict comes in. I felt good for both of them when they can finally got through the barrier.Performances: I liked them all. I liked how Harley wasn't that attractive to begin with during the date scene, and she actually was a very nice girl without the makeup later on. Stephen is weird at times but likable enough. Even the supporting characters are great.Cinematography: Fantastic. Picture is crystal clear even during the night scenes.Sound: Excellent. No extraneous sound. The mixing department is top-notched.Editing: The cut between scenes is smooth, never felt lost while watching.Score: Very good use of score. The score fits the tone of each scene very well.Direction: I think the director has a very important role in this short. And it's a very successful one. I loved it.EXCELLENT!
James Hughes (Level 5)
This film definitely had an energy about it. I liked its goofiness although I admit some points wasn't quite sure I got what was happening like the way he is fondling the veggies. I guess it is showing some kind of obscene infatuation with being a vegitarian.The actors were all very good. I think the 3 main characters could carry a full length movie, I would want to watch them.I liked the shots, especially the look of the green house.The music was good and the sound was good except that there was an excessive amount of sounds of the guy grunting and moaning and breathing which sounded artificial.
Jamie Collins (Level 3)
At first I didn't understand the main characters obsession with vegetables, then we learn that he's a vegetarian and I thought maybe that's it...but I'm not sure that that is enough to cause an obsession like his...but maybe it's just me.
Jeannie Sconzo (Level 5)
I like the newer title better than the original, but I still think there's room for improvement in the title. Great opening!Quirky characters. Female lead wonderful!Good audio and lighting.
JeanPierre Chapoteau (Moderator)
First impression: Very funny, but didn't get it...Directing: Very nice. I liked the little things the guy did, like move the fruit bowl when she was all over him. That was very funny. The director knows how to bring a comedy to life, that's for sure. Sound: This was my biggest problem with the film. Whenever they talked, it didn't sound like it was coming out of their mouths. Especially when the main character shouted in the kitchen. It sounded like someone else's voice.Music: Fit the film perfectly. I have no problems with it. Acting: Perfectly done. Especially your main character. His looks were so spot on. I couldn't believe it! Uncomfortable is the hardest to portray in my opinion and he pulled it off well. Story: I had no idea what it was about. Two people obsessed about different foods? Where was the story? I really didn't understand the part where the guy took the main character back to the greenhouse and showed him some strange plant. That went over my head. I didn't like the way the title was written. It seed amateurish, but the actual film proved otherwise. I would suggest changing it.
John Padgett (Level 2)
Music: Great, the music really helps move the story along and creates the mood very nicely.Acting: Fantastic, all the actors did a great job.Cinematography: Amazing, the shots looked very professional.Story: Very good. Overall: I would give it a 9.5/10 not because you didn't do a great job, it just didn't have that 10/10 feel.
Kenneth Hurd (Level 4)
I really liked this one. I think you've got an excellent story and really did a good job bringing it to life. Your characters were interesting and your actors did a great job portraying them.I thought your cinematography was excellent. Every shot was framed perfectly and your lighting was spot on. I thought your film moved at a really good pace and I was never bored with it.As far as sound goes, did you ADR this entire film? If so, I think you did a good job with that, but I felt that some things were a bit off. It didn't seem like there was the movement of clothes during some of the movements and your Foley was a bit too loud in the mix. It was the first thing I noticed at the beginning of the film.Overall, I think it's a really good short and would go over well at festivals. Good job!
Khamanna Iskandarova (Level 5)
Cinematography and Sound are excellent.The actors are superb! They are and it's the first movie (I reviewed five) where I had not cringed once. All the shots were excellent - it's the longest movie (or at least one of the long ones) and it's hard to do - to make us (me in this case:)) believe every shot but the filmmaker did and that's amazing. Just like watching a professionally done movie on TV.The premise is good, although a bit offensive for some, but offense aside - it's very funny and I bought it.So my only question is - where did the meat come from when they are in his house? It's a plot hole I think. I wonder if many would wonder that. The other question, or more of a disbelief is - I could not believe he liked the meat that much. Why would he be on the verge of throwing up then at the beginning. I don't eat meat, I love it but I don't - I would not feel like throwing up - I think that bit is a little over the top perhaps. Otherwise it is an Excellent movie. And I'm scoring it Excellent. Off to read the script too.
Kirk White (Level 5)
I NiCe expansion of this script...love the characters (especially Haylee). Your leading man has a nice Simon Pegg quality about him...but comes off a tad unlikable in the first scene (don't want this poison in my kitchen) however this is quickly remedied. VEry well shot and scored. I truly eNjoyed ThIs!!
KP Mackie (Level 5)
The "Dinner4-2.com" website idea in this "shy guy tries Internet dating" movie is clever. Mark and Monique do a terrific job portraying Stephen and Hayley. There's a nice variety of scenes, and the camera work is well done. The music complements the story.The transition from Stephen and Hayley in the kitchen to the dining room seems awkward. Hayley saunters over to Stephen in the kitchen and makes an obvious pass. Stephen moves a fruit bowl; in the next scene, Stephen delivers two covered plates to the dining table. Would think Stephen might say or do something in response first. The extra scenes with the Stallholder don't seem to contribute to the main story idea. The initial contact that Stephen has with the Stallholder and his wife at the market works, but the diversion Stephen takes to see a unique fruit/vegetable, although well-acted, isn't relevant to Stephen and Hayley dating, nor is the Stallholder tasting it at the end. A better end might be the scene with Stephen and Hayley sharing their hamburgers.
Margaret Avnet (Level 4)
I was confused with this movie. I don't understand why they would send someone who eats meat to someone who is vegertation. At one point I thought perhaps he would turn out to be a cannibal.And why after running out of the apartment would Halley want to sit back down with Stephen to have another meal?And I don't quite get what the stallholder's part is in all of this. When he takes him to the greenhouse again I was expecting perhaps cannibalism would be involved.And I don't know if someone who has sworn off meat so passionately would turn back to it so easily. Though I do like the title. Nice play on words.
Margaret Ricke (Level 5)
Oh, my God! This is hilarious and beautifully crafted, Caroline! I don't think this could be improved upon in any way. Kudos to everyone involved with the production and to you for giving them such a rich story to work with!Excellent!
Marko Trcic (Level 2)
great, I really like how this movie was made, perfect look, great actors, great atmosphere affected, I really enjoyed watching this movie, this movie is definitely my favorite, maybe I'm pedantic, but maybe I was only a little bothered by the length, perhaps that is a bit shorter ...
Marnie Mitchell Lister (Level 5)
I loved this...totally kooky and quirky. The actors really made this story shine. The girl was very, very good. And the stall keeper...he was great.Some of the shots in the apartment were a bit dark. Other than that I thought it was shot well. Congrats to this team for a solid effort all around!
Martin Jensen (Level 5)
This was hilarious. Perfectly over the top. Excellent.
Martin Lancaster (Level 4)
Brilliant!The acting is superb. Fantastic production values, great camera work and perfect comic timing.
Matias Caruso (Level 5)
Top notch production values. I'm impressed. Casting, acting, score, everything was great. Characters are well drawn. Specially the girl.I'm a bit confused about the plot. Didn't quite get the protagonist's fetish regarding vegetables and its connection to the ending. But maybe it's just me, sometimes I can be too dense.Anyhow, congrats on getting this done, Caroline. And done so well.
Michael Cornetto (Level 5)
That was quite good. Mucho different from the script. Good production qualities and acting. Not really any complaints. Well done.
Michael Hughes (Level 4)
I'm not sure I really understood what the film makers were trying to do here. I understand the premise of Vegetarian learning to eat meat, but the entire overtone of the vegetable lover being perverted was confusing. I was waiting for something to happen to explain what exactly was the character's motivations, (I thought there must be some dark secret that would put his behavior into perspective) but it never came. I think this hurt the script, because I wasn't able to concentrate on the character learning to accept meat as a path to whatever...his connecting with a possible girlfriend, giving up his vegetable perversion... I think if his character trait was somehow expressed more succinctly in the beginning, more of the film, for me, would have been seen from the point of view of how this trait affects his day to day. Instead, I kept looking for clues as to why he was doing these things rather than just enjoying the quirkyness of the character.
MJ Hermanny (Level 5)
I can't fault this - I think it's wonderful. if I had to be nit-picky I'd say the bit with the stall holder with the fruit at the end is a bit too much.I think the changes to the script are very strong and flesh it out extremely well. I like the sweetness of the end and the interesting twist of him becoming a meat eater - a happy ending, well played.The acting is superb - both the leads do fantastic jobs - she is just wonderful, really brings the dialogue to life and he is so funny, vulnerable and a little bit sad - I love his Mr. Bean noises.The look of it is fabulous, all warm and muted and rich colours in the apartment and bright sunshine outside and I know outdoors is meant to be hard to light.I didn't notice the editing - I don't think I ever do unless it's bad.The sound is great, the music just right.Overall - a resounding excellent. Very well done.
Nina Lescher (Level 2)
Some interesting characters here but they shy away from any conflict. Even if you let go of the fact that it's unclear what the main character wants (to shed himself of vegetarianism? or does he want a girlfriend?) It's just not developed in any other area to be compelling. Better luck next time? Sorry....
Paul Williams (Level 5)
I haven't read this script before watching the movie, so this one is new to me. Hey, Caroline, that was very funny. Really great performances all around, especially from the Hayley character.I thought Stephen was going to remain silent throughout the film, but he did have a few dialogue lines, but I wonder how it would work without him speaking?As a vegetarian myself, I appreciate (most of) Stephen's struggle, especially interacting with the testosterone-fueled maniacs I work with with. I kind of wish Stephen didn't enjoy the fish sandwich and he and Hayley bond another way.I think the first date scene, while it provides the funniest moments of the movie, could be scaled back some.I like the title change because, I might be a dimwit, but I'm not sure how the original fits the story.From a layman's perspective, everything else seemed in order here: directing, lighting, editing, score, etc., so overall...Very Good!
Philip Whitcroft (Level 5)
This is a fantastic all round movie. The start is sharp and engaging. The shot composition/quality, use of panning, and tracking, all give this a great gloss. The music is well worked in with the visuals.The two main actors do a great job.
Pia Cook (Level 5)
I'm voting Excellent on this one. Great actors. Great Cinematography. Great editing. Sound was decent except for the part inside the house. I liked the story too. Really great work that looked pro!
Rich Keel (Level 4)
So him being a vegetarian for years on end turns into a weirdo who licks asparagus sexually until he cannot take it anymore so he eats processed meat from a fast food restaurant. I thought there was something more to this than he just misses eating meat from the way he wants to make love to the veggies. So I was disappointed with the story at the end. But the setup and everything else was well done.Acting - Very well done. The main girl was so annoying I wanted something bad to happen to her. Which is a good thing, means she did a great job. The other characters did a good job as well but I felt she stole the show.Audio - Great except for the slight noises the main character would make. I know why they were there but they sound like they were added later and I didn;t feel most of them were needed.Music - Great! Enjoyed it and it set the tone for this quirky "comedy."Shot/Direction - This had a very professional look and feel to it, everything. Lighting, sound, direction - very nice look to it.Good luck to you this month.
Rob Gross (Level 4)
The mere fact that Stephen was fondling the cucumber made me wonder what was next.Each scene moved the story forward and was interesting. Loved how Hayley's body was hot, and then the face didn't match. Details were great. Like how she tripped after getting up from the table.Music was appropriate for the story.The actors did a wonderful job performing a funny script.
Sally Meyer (Moderator)
The script is quite different from the actual film, but I know that is how things evolve. I think the story is very strong. I love English films, and so this was a nice surprise. Your leads were great! All of them were strong. I loved the difference between the Stephen and Haley. She so brash, and he so nerdy and shy.The music was really good. Editing and cinematography was great, nice transitions. Some good colorful shots of the vegetables at the beginning. (he was a little over the top at the beginning with the cucumber)Direction was very good. I am sure the director had a large part in choosing these two actors. They made the film. Acting superb.The only thing I would change is deleting the scene where the stall guy takes the lead guy to see that new veggie. That just spoiled it for me. It took away from the main story and didn't really add to it. It could easily be cut and finish off the story in the restaurant.I think if you concentrated on just Stephen and Haley it would be stronger. I like that Haley was toned down in the later scenes. I loved her accent and her character.Stephen was a great character. I liked him at the end, when he went to the 'meat' side.Nice work all around. I gave it a very good.
Shawn Cottrill (Level 3)
Graet first scene. very funny. The main actor had a Mr. bean thing about him.This was a weird story any way you look at it. But I found my self strangly drawn to it.The acting and camera work was good. The thing that stood out most to me was the score.When it was over I did'nt get it, but I did like it.
Tim Westland (Moderator)
PerformancesI thought the girl did an amazing job. I think the main character overacted a tad, but there's something about him that made me want to watch more. The old man was awesome.DirectionAt first I thought the issue I had with this was in editing. Basically, scenes need to be trimmed. For any reaction we get from the main character, we hang and hang too long. Get his reaction and get to the next scene. Otherwise, it feels like he's supposed to be saying something and forgot his line.CinemetographyExcellent. Very professional.EditingFelt adequate. Did love the cut from the date site to the actual woman. Funny.Lighting and soundExcellent. The shots in his apartment were soft and inviting.SoundtrackI honestly don't remember one.DialogueEverything was good except the main character's reaction to meat. The line was just... not what it needed to be.
Travis DeStein (Level 5)
This was a little too goofy just to be goofy. I can appreciate weirdness, but this just went overboard. How is some produce vendor going to ridicule a guy after holding a vegetable after two seconds? The woman is so ridiculous and extreme that I just kept rolling my eyes. Stephen's sheepishness was so exaggerated I just didn't get it. Someone like him you should at least try and aim to make the audience relate to the guy so they care about your story, but he's so far out of left field he might as well be an alien. This felt a little long, too. By the halfway point I was starting to wonder where it was going and when it was going to end. This may be from turning a 4.5 page script into a 10 min movie. The cinematography and sound and whatnot were great, but unfortunately the story just pulled everything else down.
Wayne Morrical (Level 4)
Well Shot. Well Lit, nice lighting in the apartment and the greenhouse. I was a little lost in general: did not really understand his sexual obsession with the vegetables: first scene makes protagonist look like a wierdo. I'm assuming the girl put on weight by going on a bunch of these dinner dates (which was pretty funny). Her slamming the raw meat down and his weird outburst when he put the meat in the processor (why did he do that) seemed a little forced. Was not sure what was going on with the vegetables in the greenhouse either: heard the chirping noise, never really resolved what was going on (although that was an interesting idea, veggie-chickens). Technically well done, story was unclear for me, end with guy in greenhouse was unclear, not sure what the greenhouse guy added to his meat eating epiphany.
William Bienes (Mod Emeritus)
Excellent -- in every way, from the script to the execution of the script. I loved it.
Comments Made After the Contest
William Bienes (Mod Emeritus) ~ 1/1/2011 12:14 AM
Loved it -- even more so than "Go Grimly" - though extremely close. As Mr. Messineo stated, I love the girl best of all. Great film. Congratulations, I thought this film should have placed.
Margaret Ricke (Level 5) ~ 1/1/2011 12:25 AM
This was one of my absolute favorites and, not wishing to take anything from anyone else, I can't believe it didn't place. You rock!
Heather O'Connell (Level 4) ~ 1/1/2011 12:40 AM
Loved this - very cool.:) Heather
MJ Hermanny (Level 5) ~ 1/1/2011 5:08 AM
Can't believe this didn't place - brilliant short. Congrats on the honourable mention!
Chris Messineo (Founder) ~ 1/1/2011 9:01 AM
Congratulations on the Honorable Mention! Brilliant script and great film.
Matias Caruso (Level 5) ~ 1/1/2011 11:06 AM
This looks very very pro. Congrats Caroline!
Sally Meyer (Moderator) ~ 1/1/2011 1:38 PM
Well done Caroline, this was one of my favorites this month!!! Congratulations, I got a kick out of this, and it reminded me of home. Loved your actors, they were perfect!!!
Khamanna Iskandarova (Level 5) ~ 1/1/2011 2:49 PM
Yey!!! Congrats Caroline, that's a great short. And funny, funny...
Paul Williams (Level 5) ~ 1/1/2011 6:09 PM
This was such a great time watching. Comedy is so hard, in my opinion, so I'm even more impressed when it accomplished effectively.Happy New Year, Caroline!
Gianpaolo Gonzalez (Level 1) ~ 1/12/2011 7:46 PM
I agree with the majority of we needed to know why he was a vegetarian that made him so unbelievably afraid of meat. Then the ending would bring it all together. The last piece of dialogue was "I forgot how nice this is." Why did he stop and what is it about his character that forced him to forget how good meat was. I think Hayley had the best acting, the Stallholder I believe needed to explain what the piece of food is is it an aphrodisiac is it some rare exotic vegetable that tastes like meat? what and why is it in the story. Overall I'll give it a 2.5
Basil Sunshine (Level 4) ~ 5/18/2011 5:22 PM
I love it! Quirky and funny. Wish it were longer!
Austin Bennett (Level 4) ~ 10/8/2012 4:26 PM
I loved this! Any thoughts on making it into a feature? Loved the main characters but thought the scene in the garden was a little weird. Didn't quite fit.