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||IMDB Rating: 6.3/10 from votes
||Release: 4 February 2014 (USA) /
||Genre: Action, Sci-Fi, Short, Thriller
||Director: Michael Chance,
||Stars: Alexis Cassar, Andrew Dillon, Artem Mishin, Chuck Phelps, David Aires, Florian Graf, Hans Beerbaum, Jake Lyall, Jason C.H. Burton, Jesse Boots, Terra Flowers, Tim Coyne, William Charlton, Zachary Gossett, Zak Waters
||Synopsis: A soldier with a mechanical suit must defeat Nazis before they spread a virus.
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There's so much to do at Comic-Con that some real goodies get lost in
the flood. Like small press creators, independent films don't get the
visibility they deserve. I almost missed out on Project Arbiter. If it
hadn't been for staff handing out promotional material in the main
lobby next to a dude wearing a cool costume, I wouldn't have bothered
wandering over to the independent film theaters way over in the
ballrooms at the end of the Marriott hotel.
So the story goes that top secret technology has been developed during
World War II that allows the user to project invisibility. A special
services team infiltrates German-held territory with one of its
soldiers wearing an invisibility suit. His purpose is to get to a
location where secret experiments are being conducted by the Germans.
What he discovers there are horrific tests being performed on humans.
He also learns that his own life is threatened by the very technology
he is wearing.
I love retro-futurism. Like Hellboy and a slew of Steampunk related
movies, merging current day (or future) technology with the resources
available in times past creates fascinating alternative-reality story
lines. These types of films don't have many limitations so long as the
baseline historical context (in this case WWII) remains intact. Sure,
it requires a deeper suspension of disbelief, but if one achieves that,
a good story of this kind can be just as interesting as movies
projecting from current day technology into the opposite direction
(into the future). You know, like Blade Runner or Star Trek in their
I'm assuming the budget for the film was pretty thin, so the special
effects impressed me. The only two things I found distracting were the
wide shots that took in the countryside and buildings, and the eye
holes in the mask. The wide shots came off cheap and empty by
comparison to the close-in shots. It's probably because a very limited
number of actors were used and the budget didn't allow for background
buildings and elements that would have convinced a viewer that they
were seeing 1940s Poland. So, I guess that's not a complaint as much as
an observation. As for the mask, maybe there was a reason for the small
openings, but I have to assume that the soldier could see very little
out the tiny peep holes. I think it would have looked better to have
some sort of sealed goggles in the mask for peripheral vision.
I was intrigued by the mysteries that the movie partially exposes. The
short film promises depth to the storytelling that would be handled in
a longer movie. I'm not familiar with the actors but they were
convincing in general although a fighting sequence in a field was a bit
stilted. From what I heard during the Q&A, the film was shot with a Red
One camera. The coloring of the film was fantastic ... a intentional
somewhat grainy black and white but with slightly muted coloration. In
a lot of ways, the cinematography reminded me of Sky Captain and the
World of Tomorrow.
I hope this gets picked up and converted into a feature. I'd love to
see the whole story.
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, Andrew Dillon
, Artem Mishin
, Chuck Phelps
, David Aires
, Florian Graf
, Hans Beerbaum
, Jake Lyall
, Jason C.H. Burton
, Jesse Boots
, Terra Flowers
, Tim Coyne
, William Charlton
, Zachary Gossett
, Zak Waters
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