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On Saturday 7th July 2007, my new film entered Principal Photography. "Revenge Vendetta" as it was known was almost shot entirely on one day with only three people. It is a signicficantly reduced version of a much larger action film I had planned to make. As with all these large projects, trust is everything, and it turned out I couldn't rely on everyone. So, instead of abandoning the project completely, I decided to shoot the opening scene and nothing else.
If you look hard enough, you'll find that i posted an extract of the first draft of the script in a seperate thread. That extract was the opening scene of "Revenge Vendetta" and very little has changed from that version to the version which was used on Saturday.
Put simply, "Revenge Vendetta" (or as its new name "Summertime Killer") is a tense interrogation scene between two hitmen, one of whom has betrayed the boss; Sam. Since it's only one scene, i don't want to give away the story but i shall leak this screenshots of the footage to you.
Please note, this pictures and merely screenshots and the footage has not been graded yet (i shall be employing Composite Lab Pro for that).
It was shot on a Panasonic NV GS500 and is my first real project using this camera.
Leave comments if you wish.
I'm now editing it together. I shall probably finish editing next weekend, so i suspect to have an internet release a month.