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The Lost Journal of Vice Marceaux (2007)

During Boston's smallpox epidemic of 1779, a doctor discovers he can weigh the human soul.

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Darin Singleton ...
Vice Marceaux
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Father Atkin
Danielle Nieto ...
Jess (as Danielle Ren'ee)
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Karalee
Courtney Robinson ...
Monica
Edina Szabo ...
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The Lost Journal of Vice Marceaux is a 12 minute short film about a man who makes an amazing discovery that could potentially prove the soul exists. Desperate for anything concrete to give meaning to the suffering of a disease that took his family, Vice becomes obsessed. As his humanity drains away, he forgets about his family and becomes capable of a terrible crime. Written by J.R. Burningham

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vice | lost | journal | graduate | usc | See All (5) »

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Some prayers should not be answered. See more »

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Short | Thriller

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29 November 2007 (USA)  »

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$10,600 (estimated)
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(16 mm version)

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1.78 : 1
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Intriguing Premise with some poor acting
18 April 2008 | by (Fayetteville, AR) – See all my reviews

Overall, this movie is beautifully shot. Entirely gorgeous to look at. However, the actors and actresses in the film are a little less than convincing in their roles. It was hard to believe anything that they said; everything seemed quite forced.

The concept and premise is fantastic, and the editing was superb, however, the acting just did it in. Also, it was plagued with bad ADR, which was unfortunate.

Overall, this film was worth at least a look. The technical aspects are flawless, and it exudes professionalism from every orifice. However, the unconvincing acting brought the piece down as a whole. Exceptional for a student work, though.


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