Worm is a man with everything going against him as he is sought by police for a double homicide in a small town. Shot in one continuous take using one camera focused on the main character ... See full summary »

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Worm is a man with everything going against him as he is sought by police for a double homicide in a small town. Shot in one continuous take using one camera focused on the main character throughout, this film follows Worm as the truth about the crime unravels.

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8 March 2013 (USA)  »

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Unique Perspective
28 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The biggest reason to see this film is not for the plot line, but for the unique perspective resulting from the method of filming. It was shot with a GoPro Hero camera mounted to a Snorricam and produced with a seamless edit. This enables the audience to experience the events of the story along with the main character, Worm, in a cool way that I'd never seen before. The second biggest reason to see the movie is Andrew Bowser's portrayal of Worm that wins the audience's sympathy so fully. The story line isn't bad either, with the exception of a couple of plot holes. These were totally overshadowed by the thrill of feeling like I knew exactly what Worm was going through every second. I saw the film at DeadCenter Film Festival, and at the end of the movie, it was obvious from the audience's reaction that they had come to identify with Worm and his plight completely. I can't wait to see what Andrew Bowser comes up with next.


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