Both films are really entertaining, although I would have liked subtitles to tell me what was happening in the first film's dialogue.
I thought that the first film's shot selection was better than the second film's. Unless there was a deliberate intent, which I couldn't see a reason for, the opening sequence of 2's shots of the boy were too similar in angle and framing to work as well as they might. Using some tighter shots might enable you to speed up the cutting, too . . . never a bad idea, anyway.
The whole thing was enjoyable, though . . . good to see original work, especially where the proponents obviously had fun doing it, too . . . !
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