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Deviation (2006)

 -  Short  -  28 April 2006 (USA)
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Dropped into the middle of a mission and faced with the prospect of climbing into an ambush at the end of the manhole tunnel, Macintyre strives to convince the other squad members that there is another way.

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Credited cast:
Rick Albee ...
Macintyre
Ben Armbrust ...
Crow
Glen Brackenridge ...
Crow (voice)
Curtis Brien ...
Lizard (voice)
Ritch Duncan ...
Pilot (as Ritchie Duncan)
Anthony Esposito ...
Sgt.
Jeff Jackson ...
MacIntyre (voice)
Grant Kehrig ...
Lizard
Vincent Nestler ...
Sgt. (voice)
Aaron Simms ...
Command
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Dropped into the middle of a mission and faced with the prospect of climbing into an ambush at the end of the manhole tunnel, Macintyre strives to convince the other squad members that there is another way.

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Machinima is finally getting thoughtful
13 June 2006 | by (California Coast) – See all my reviews

This is an amazing new medium that has been held back by some appalling film-making. Only in the last few months, with films like "Girls named Jane" and "French Democracy", has machinima been embraced by writers and directors with some talent. "Deviation" is a clever piece that uses sharp dialog and a reflexive attention to the clichés of the first person shooter to simultaneously address the false freedom of game characters to act as they want (is a game really a narrative? or is it free of narrative?) and the near impossibility to free ourselves from the master narratives of our community and culture. Can anyone watch this and not think of Iraq? Of course, some of these questions follow from shooting the film in Counter Strike, but similar genre challenges are emerging that are shot in The Sims or The Movies. These are all major tools in the democratization of cinema and will be turning Hollywood upside down within the decade.


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