Saturday, March 16, 2013 9:37:03 AM
@5Cats: Thanks again. Back at you regarding the niceness--it comes through your posts over time. I really think it's important to have friendships and discussions with people who have different views--even opposite views--than my own. If I were to interact only with like-minded people, I think I`d run the risk of becoming intolerant or narrow-minded.
Saturday, March 16, 2013 5:57:17 AM
@5Cats: Thanks, man. That means a lot, coming from one of the site's big guns, with 235 published links to your credit.
@Gerry: I agree with your take on this video. It`s like the writers had the basic idea for the storyline--a special effect gets "stuck" right before a live broadcast--and didn`t really know where to take it from there.
The information in the "Making Of" video was really interesting. The team that made this did the entire thing, from writing the script to uploading it online, in three days, which is phenomenal. Also, they shot the whole thing in an ordinary apartment, using lighting, sound effects, and other techniques to trick the viewer into thinking the first half was shot in a TV studio. That last fact really impressed me--I had to watch again after learning that because the illusion was so effective I had a hard time believing it.