An individual steals a unique identity in a world of absolute control. Software: Lightwave 5.6, Project Messiah, After Effects, Premiere, Photoshop, Steinberg Nuendo. Hardware: two Pentium IIIs and two Athlons.
Howard Wen (screenplay)Andrew Jones (concept artist)Casey Hess (music)Don Relyea (music)
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January 21, 2006 Subject:
Great piece of work. Brilliantly conceived and executed. This review is based on the complete movie, which the archive had posted briefly as a DVD-quality MPEG2 file. It was taken down after a couple of weeks when the archive was informed that F8 had a DVD distribution deal in place and it wasn't supposed to be posted for free.
Jason Wen's latest professional work is the 3D cg rabbit swarm in the otherwise clay-animated stop-motion WALLACE AND GROMIT movie.
December 26, 2005 Subject:
CAn you please post the full version on Archives ?
Reviewer:Jim in Elyria Ohio
April 3, 2005 Subject:
The full version is on the server also
The full version is in the "/1/movies/F8_2001/" folder on the "movies03.archive.org" server. It's actually a smaller file size than the shorter version and doesn't look as bright. If you're not using FTP software to download, then you probably don't know what I'm talking about. You'll have to click on the "Download options" link to see more about FTP. I'm using the "Filezilla" FTP client software and I'm very satisfied with it. The link may say "Freezilla" rather than "Filezilla", but it takes you to a site for "Filezilla". It may be a little difficult for you to use at first, but once you learn it, you'll never do it any other way.
June 9, 2003 Subject:
This is a great film why tease us by only showing us 3 minutes of the full 12?
It's a beautiful film. The story is great. This film deserves a 6. f8