Oliver, a retired single parent, comes home from the store to find his autistic daughter, Ana, brutally abused. Taking matters into his own hands, the father sets off on a hunt to reap his revenge.
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Some of the guidelines established before shooting the film are (except photo studio scene): 1- the whole story must be shot on super 16mm film, for the organic feel that the high speed film displays. 2- all the lighting in the film must be natural/practical lighting. Even if the film was to be underexposed 3- the film has to be shot mostly hand held. No dollies or tripods 4-Yellow is the primary color of the film, introducing it in every shot through either the production design, costume or lighting. 5- No use of any long lenses, keeping most of the film to be shot on wide angle lenses only. 6- the film is to be shot mostly with only high-speed film stocks (500 ASA) See more