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What do you do if you want to show off your CGI skills but are too dumb to write a short story, with a beginning, an end, and a couple of frames slim enough to fit in-between? What every other jobber is doing these days: stop at the beginning.
In other jobs it's called a portfolio. It would be fine if it was presented as such, or stayed in the pro circles, but many of them are wasting the public's time by pretending to be shorts. Dick move.
So, no story. Also, bad pacing, ridiculous slow-mo, bad acting, mediocre editing... Like the millions of similar would-be trailers crammed in the Internet, this one has good camera work, good photography and good SFX. Hurrah... another competent technician ready to join the ranks.
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