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I Can See You (2008)

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Three young ad-men enter the woods for a photo shoot, but a girlfriend's mysterious disappearance sparks a harrowing descent into unreality.

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Three young ad-men enter the woods for a photo shoot, but a girlfriend's mysterious disappearance sparks a harrowing descent into unreality.

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Another sub student-level film...shot with consumer video cameras
5 May 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

AGAIN I was fooled by reviews.

This is a poorly-written, poorly-acted, poorly-directed, and amateurishly shot film which wont even hold it's own against many semi-well-made student films from this year.

It's little more then someone pointing a video camera at the action, which they previously wrote. Proper lighting? Sound? Editing? ANYTHING??? Aw hell no, dawg! Day is keepin it realz, yo! Ya, realz crappy.

Don't be mistaken, this isn't a film in which a grand and brilliant statement was being made by circumventing traditional cinematic technical considerations to give the presumably "non-conformist" project a cool vibe. Nope. It's simply a case where amateurs did exactly what I stated, pointed a video camera at the action after writing it. (hoping, of course, that the complete and overwhelming lack of skill/talent would be interpreted as artistic).

Go watch some of the excellent student films from this year and last. I am not exaggerating. This film was made on a level so insulting and (unintentionally) low-fi, that it makes films from even modestly/barely talented young film makers shine brightly by comparison. That I made it to the end, was a bit of an accomplishment.

If you enjoy seeing a film which was made simply because someone had the motivation to make it, but without all the silly conventional things like skill/talent, or technical ability on ANY level whatsoever, then you'll get a kick out of this.

To call this "amateurish", by today's standards, is slightly misleading....since the new-school amateur film makers are doing (sometimes) such excellent work.

This is amateurish by early 1990's standards, no today's.


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