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Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.16.11] movie news short drama

Here’s something you don’t see every day: a short period film.

Writer/director Ted Marcus set out to “reinvigorate the ‘period drama’ into something exciting, concise and relevant” and with his seven minute short Infernum he’s managed to do most of that. I’m not sure I agree that all period dramas are irrelevant or lack excitement but I see his point and his film is pretty fantastic. It’s dark, striking in its visuals and engaging from the opening scene, amust when you only have a few minutes to tell your story.

The film’s done quite well around the festival circuit and is scheduled to play the upcoming Beverly Hills Film Festival but you can see the entire thing below.

Film after the break.

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John (11 years ago) Reply

"One Man's Sundown is Another Man's Dawn".

Awesomely shot, great short.
Many thanks for sharing.


Aladdin Sarsippius (11 years ago) Reply

Couldn't hear dialog for anything
and it was very dark.
S-EFX,music way too loud.
Painful to ears as turned volume up a bit
to hear any of the lines.


shiteater (11 years ago) Reply



Anonymous (11 years ago) Reply

Dialog way too quiet

Looked good, though

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