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Deployed to Scene 4: An Outpost Diary (2004)

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Credited cast:
Mike Aljadeff Mike Aljadeff ... Himself
Will Beckley Will Beckley ... Himself
Adam Bertocci ... Himself
Lindsay Bosch Lindsay Bosch ... Herself
Kevin Cannon Kevin Cannon ... Himself
Emily Cash Emily Cash ... Herself
Li-Wei Chu Li-Wei Chu ... Herself
Stephen Deline Stephen Deline ... Himself
Joey Elkins Joey Elkins ... Himself
Michael Fuchs Michael Fuchs ... Himself
Andy Garland Andy Garland ... Himself
Robert Gerdisch ... Himself
Miguel Jiron Miguel Jiron ... Himself
Nazan Kayali Nazan Kayali ... Herself
Ian Lesperance Ian Lesperance ... Himself
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October 11, 2003 - The mission: Shoot Scene 4.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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6 August 2004 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Wilmette, Illinois, USA

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1.33 : 1
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26 June 2008 | by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviewsSee all my reviews

I expected other things of this, but I'm not sure I met it with disappointment, merely surprise. With Bertocci helming it, I thought it was going to be funny, in the quirky, slightly "off" way he is. And with it being a documentary, one would naturally presume that it would hold interviews, descriptions and the like. Neither are true of this, or at the very least, not to any wide extent. It's all very spartan, with little to no other information than what time of day it is from. The entire thing is, crassly put, footage, cut together. It's well-chosen, and somehow, it's never actually boring. It's a fly-on-the-wall perspective of the making of a student film... or at least a scene... to be perfectly honest, some of it. I can say from my own experience(the tad I do have), that this is a pretty accurate depiction of working on a piece of this media, the shooting process of such. This doesn't really glorify it... it's basically up to the viewer to decide. I recommend this to those interested in the creative efforts that go into putting together a movie. 7/10


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