I liked this, I liked that it was a military radio program, and I love that you don't hear the music that the ladies are dancing too. I can't think of anything to change.
Yep, fantastic. This hits, for me, what the other version lacks - the contrast between the formality of the station with the wild dancing at the end. I vaguely remember the script was something like BBC World Service, but it could equally be any serious, worthy station - current affairs, classical music, or a military set up as here. The emotion of the actors was real, that core values shot at the beginning was a poignant bonus, and I really liked the visual choices. If you can get my fave line back in ("Hell of a punchline") I shall declare it perfect!
Watched it for the second time now. The first one was just emotions. This is a very good film with incredible very believable performances. I was surprised to find out that 3 of the films I really loved including this one were directed by the same director ) What I would add here if I need to find what can be considered for changing will be 2 moments: The opening shots were a bit too explanatory for me. Or maybe they are too long. And I thought that there is too much of laughter by the guys watching the girls dancing. Other than that it looks perfect to me.
Really good little film. I liked the religious men holding hands as they watched the ladies dancing. Also that we could not hear their choice of music.
Great film all, well done!
Wow great job! This is what we are all aiming for! x