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    Default The Killer Queen

    And so.... Turn Media's entry to the Videoforum's Summer Competition, 2006.

    Now that David Beckham is as good as out of work, this little movie tells the story of his other half. Credit must go to Victoria for allowing us to film at such a sensitive time.


    Enjoy or otherwise from HERE.

    It weighs in at a around 12Mb, so a broadband connection is almost essential.

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    Thumbs up

    T'riffic ... the bar's being set higher and higher.

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    Very nice - a lesson in very smooth film-making, Andy!
    I try to make someone happy every day - but it may not be your turn today . . .

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    Yep, itís great. Very neat, and, looking at my own, it makes me nervous (!) I thought for a minute you were into cross-dressing, until I re-read your intro comments!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony A
    ...I thought for a minute you were into cross-dressing...
    That was closer than you think! I even tried on her top, the wig and beads before going for the Mother In Law option. phew!

    To everyone else...thanks for the comments. Much appreciated.

    To anyone that's remotely interested, the car is a BMW 645i and it was shot on a Sony DCR-PC330E with a Sony x0.6 wide angle lens. Edited in Vegas 6. A camera crane was used in only one shot. (the batteries packed up on the power head ). The car to car stuff was filmed at Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire, and I simply hung as far out of the other vehicle as I could without getting hit by something coming the other way. My ambition is to get a flat bed van and use a crane to do some moving stuff like that...I think it would look pretty awesome.

    It was shot over two days (hence the slightly sunnier weather in the fast car sequences) and it went through five edits before I was happy.

    My mother-in-law now wants to be in 'The Movies'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turn Media
    My mother-in-law now wants to be in 'The Movies'
    Now *that's* a comic one liner.

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    Beautifully shot and cut - have a gold star!

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    Slick, great ending.
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    Very slick! I love this video. You did an excellent job, especially capturing a sunny day in Nottingham! I mean what are the odds of that happening?
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