'Enough' by Rock the Boat

(Montreal, CA) Second Edit

The crew and cast were put together via word of mouth and 1 online ad.
It was filmed on a Canon 60D camera at the main actor's (Rachel Chenus) condo with sound editing done by a crew I haven't even met yet. 

Read 'Enough' HERE

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'Enough' by Rock the Boat

(Montreal, CA) First Edit

First cut: Producers notes for the filmmakers

  • Remove titles and tighten the edit
Comments: 6 (Discussion closed)
  • #1

    Adolf El Assal (Sunday, 04 November 2012 17:02)

    nice short, work on the sound design and grading. the acting is really good.

  • #2

    Evan (Monday, 05 November 2012 01:44)

    If I remember right, one suggestion during the script rewrite process was to reveal her engagement later. I would suggest doing the same here. Keep things a bit vague until the reveal at the end. At the moment the story plays out linearly but I think you can still inject some intrigue by removing a couple lines of dialogue. Nicely shot and acted. And yeah, lose the opening titles.

  • #3

    Stephen Cooper (Tuesday, 06 November 2012 18:04)

    Think the credits at the beginning need to go. Takes away from the opening of the story and the sound needs a bit of work, especially towards the end. Not to sure about the shot at the end either with him looking up at them, feels a little awkward. Other than that it flows well and the performances are good. Like it.

  • #4

    john (Tuesday, 06 November 2012 22:25)

    id agree with the credits going - was my first thought - struggled with some sound too but the acting is good

  • #5

    Perchiste (Thursday, 08 November 2012 20:14)

    Seems like inexperienced crew shot this. Acting is weak , camera and boom op no experience.

  • #6

    Staré (Wednesday, 28 November 2012 03:03)

    There is something natural about this film...very smooth..i would work on the grading, there is something weird beginning from timecode 02:00..so i would work on the editing towards the end. It seems like you have some unnecessary shots.