Follow The Rules (Short film)

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Heya NF's
Back in 2010 I made this film as a film-class project with some classmates. As you will notice its a spin-off thing of "Following" (which was the entire idea with project/test). Oh and Teddy provided the AWESOME music for it!
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(apologize in advance if any subs is typed wrong)
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solo2001 wrote:Attack of the malformed URL!
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Nice ending. The music is fucking brilliant.

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This is the best Nolan fan-film I've seen here!
It does not feel like ripping off Following, like some people are making movies of The Dark Knight and Inception. It does feel like a spin-off, an homage! Well done Jonas! The soundtrack is also very good, well done Teddy!

I definately liked this one! :-D

Oh and I found one mistake in the subtitles:
You used the word "properly" instead of "probably".
David emerges from the store slowly. He braces himself against a parked car and then keeps on walking in a nightmarish daze.

WE PULL BACK as David blends in with dozens and dozens of ordinary people, walking on an ordinary street, in an ordinary city.

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Thank you for the feedback Erik!
The entire purpose was to expand the "following" universe with a new story of a different individual who eventually uses his "skills" for other purposes.

There are several typos throughout the film. The subs were a bit rushed to be honest. I didn't want to use too much time on a film I actually finished 1,5 years ago :D Anyway glad you liked it!

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It was a great idea to make a short based on the ideas of Following, the set-up is perfect for that. I like how this was neat homage, but not a total copy-cat story. Good work, Jonas. :clap:

Nicely done, very professional. :thumbup:

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Nice done :thumbup:

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Good job Jonas. I fully expected something close to a rehash of Following, but I'm glad to see you took the concept and translated it effectively into a fresh story.


And nice job with the score Teddy. :thumbup:

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