If the movie “Blue Moon” gets released in Australia, go and see it. Don't procrastinate ... do it.
It is a movie shot entirely within the precinct of a BP gas station in the wee hours of the morning and although it starts off a bit slow, it develops into a tale which is full of sub-plots and a shitload of suspense.
I attended a screening of this movie this afternoon at The Screening Room in Masterton and was presently surprised to see the two leading actors in attendance. I actually got to have a couple of beers with them in the bar afterwards, along with others who were at the screening and discovered it was a movie shot over only a single week early this year and they used an iPhone with a special lens. Literally, a true “guerilla movie” yet you'd never have known it unless you had actually been told how it was shot by the two main actors, Mark Hadlow and Jed Brophy. And they created the movie on a budget of a mere $12,000 all-up. Okay, the actors did it for nothing purely to prove you could create a really great movie on the cheap and all the police seen in the movie were real NZ police working for nothing with the blessing of NZ Police Headquarters. But the film really showed what could be achieved by professional actors (both of whom have appeared in numerous blockbuster films) if they do things “outside the box”.
🎼♪♫♪ If you aren't living life on the edge, you're taking up too much space! And the correct spelling is “doxxing”.
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