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Frankie by mike pappa

Badge finalist Finalist for Summer 2012 International Film Contest in Science Fiction

When a watch repair man acquires an antique pocket watch that can control time, he decides to use it to achieve his dreams. His plans soon become sinister when he learns he isn't the only one with the knowledge of the pocket watch.

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mike pappa about 4 years ago

thanks for the comments! glad you enjoyed it.

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John Cullinan about 4 years ago

Wow! So impressive. The cinematography reminds me of Roger Deakins' work on the Big Lebowski, or Barton Fink... or maybe Buno Delbonnel's work on Amelie. Really nice use of soundtrack, to elicit mood and enhance the tempo, as well. I also enjoyed the subtle use of rack focus, when Frankie leaves the science fair, and is being 'tailed' by the purple shirt guy.

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Riley Bentley over 4 years ago

Good job, though I saw the plot coming. The imagination you had to come up with this film, was the part I was amazed with. Time; that's a new one!

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Thomas Ortiz over 4 years ago

Amazing plot, never saw the end coming, I loved the old eighties time movie style (well I hope that's what you meant), also with the silent hero sort of thing. Good camera placement as well.

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mike pappa over 4 years ago

Thanks Seier.

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Seier Askaryar over 4 years ago

love the camera work

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Zachary Rudd almost 5 years ago

I just wanted to congratulate you on becoming a finalist in the 2012 International Film Skillet contest! Good luck, and remember to promote the contest to your friends and family!

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Zachary Rudd about 5 years ago

Great use of music, and I like the way the story unfolds, without dialogue.