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Hospitality is kinda low budget,small cast,one location,bad sound,photo,edit and music. there are far too muh dialouges instead of true action and suspence that you really expect from a socalled thriller, a thumb up for the main actress,have seen her before ,shes good looking for sure.
i will dwell over the subject of photography. im not a media guy,but over the years ive come to the conclusion that a clear and bright image is a cheap image,and thats an amateuristic blunder aka hospitality. a truly, well-made filmproduct shal have blurry backgrounds when shooting facial images within the comfort zone. it shall put the important person or item in focus, not mingle it with the background. so all newbies,keep the clear shots to to scenic beauty.
also the camera motion are important.in this film they have a group dialouge,and drives the cam around the table 3 times with clear bakcgrounds and a squealing rabbit are tortured afterwards,terrible'... use the scissors like to good old editors did in 1910
its a film screaming davai,davai, so if you shall watch on the tv scroll through first,and watch later. as the''nah...-man'' i will not recommend it as a thriller....
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