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The Blind Spot

Drama & Genre (Suspense)
[ 9:43 - from Vimeo ]

Very interesting use of split screen in this film. Depending on your perspective, the right side of the screen is used to show glimpses of the future, or the left side is used as a flashback for the current conflict. "The Blind Spot" is a creepy thriller that is an excellent example of utilizing experimental techniques to enhance the story. 

William D. Colella

eGuider: William D. Colella
Writer, Web Producer

Bill Colella is an award-winning screenwriter and a former interactive content writer at Tandberg Television. With deep roots in the dot com industry, his focus is on the intersection of traditional and new media entertainment. He is actively developing a number of film and web series projects.

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What a great short film. I was interested from the start. Asked questions the whole way and was not disapointed. I was pretty sure the Right side was the future. Not long after I was sure the climax comes and without a big Hollywood struggle. No fake deaths with a come back or easy scares. The director ties up the very last thead just at the end. "Hi." So glad I saw this. So inspirational. Thanks for posting.

DOGMA THX  |  Fri. Apr. 17, 2009 11:19 PM  | 
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