An avionics engineer receives a letter from Mars One that he has been shortlisted to be on one of the first human expeditions to Mars. He completed the application form nine months ... See full summary »
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Lection is a movie of few words. One of those mid-2000s wordpress blogger word clouds made of every spoken word in Lection's script would fit easily on a post-it note. So what's left is a lot of ambient sound. At the time of this writing, the soundtrack and audio mixing was placeholder. Visually, Lection is strong. It frames up shots in pleasing ways, and in a way that helps sell the story. My full review is pending because I feel that the audio is going to be such a HUGE part of what makes this piece work, and I wasn't listening to the real thing. I can say that I look forward to watching it again with revised audio.
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