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gopherboy76 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2010  Student Filmographer
@01:57If you look closely you can see how dirty the car was.

We'd bought the car which was due to be scrapped, the last owner was a farmer and the muck you can see was basically manure and was all over the car. Didn't smell too nice and the electric windows didn't open!
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LongKaiDuan Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2010
@06:40To be a bit more accurate, the cuts should no longer be bleeding... But other than that, these kids are GOOD!
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nonnesita Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2010
haha, it's excelent anyway ^^
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hudporco Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I read the summary.
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This is our Final University project for our Major degree.
This is the story of a young lady called Sammie who survived a near fatal car accident in April 2009. She talks about the trauma, anxiety, nightmares and other health problems have affected her since the accident.
Filmed around Teesside, with the very much appreciated help of many friends, businesses, organizations and the University we take the viewer back in time to witness the accident and the suffering that Sammie endured through hospital and the courts. We also revisit Sammie in the present to see how shes recovered and moved on with her life.

Film Production details
Cameras: 2x Sony EX3s (HD Digital)
Edit Software: Final Cut Pro (Mac)

Budget spent: £70.00
Filming: 5 days (5 Locations)
Editing: 8 Days

Credits: As in film
Closing theme by Dan-O [link]
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NayJelly Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2010
10:08

RayWilliamJohnson!!! sorta..
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NayJelly Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2010
@15:0010:08

RayWilliamJohnson!!! Sorta...
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KeonaKii Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2010
Very well done video, very powerful, very moving.
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gopherboy76 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2010  Student Filmographer
Thank you very much!
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gopherboy76 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2010  Student Filmographer
WOW, 70 Downloads now, I'm really glad people like our film.
If you show it anywhere could people let me know and maybe get a photo or two, I would be extremely grateful to see our work on display, Thank you.

All I ask is to please respect my Creative Commons request and leave any/all credits intact. Thank you.
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gopherboy76 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2010  Student Filmographer
@01:57If you look closely you can see how dirty the car was.

We'd bought the car which was due to be scrapped, the last owner was a farmer and the muck you can see was basically manure and was all over the car. Didn't smell too nice and the electric windows didn't open!
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gopherboy76 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2010  Student Filmographer
As a bit of a treat I have now uploaded The Bloopers Reel we made from the out-takes & behind the scenes stuff.

This was mainly put together for the cast and crew when we had a little première show for Sammie's Story.

Enjoy -> [link] <- BLOOPERS REEL
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gopherboy76 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2010  Student Filmographer
WOW, thank you all for your great comments, I'm really grateful people have enjoyed watching our little film.

Thank you all for your kind comments and thank you ^ArtisnotanAccident for featuring it.

Also, Sammie is now doing great and has recovered well since the accident.
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Irukapooka Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2010
@15:00Wow this is absolutely great. I hope your professor gave you top marks on it. The editing was top notch, as well as the effects and music. It's great how you reenacted a lot of things. And you can feel the emotion and the fear from the girl. I hope she's okay...I really do feel for her. She's in my prayers to continue on her path of recovery.

Great documentary. Do you think you'll do more in your future? :)
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gopherboy76 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2010  Student Filmographer
@15:00Thank you, we are really proud of this film and had a lot of fun making it.

Sammie is now doing great and has recovered well.
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