Yeah, I’ve made a feature film, too.
Here’s the tagline:
An old lady is killed in a locked room under impossible circumstances. Five witnesses hear her screaming while trying to break open the door to her room. When they enter, she is dead but there is no sign of the killer or the murder weapon. Why would someone kill an old lady in a remote village. More importantly: How did he do it?
Here’s the trailer:
And you can watch the full movie in low quality on YouTube.
My favorite critic had this to say:
Don't know about you, but I'm so intrigued that I rented it for $1.99 on Amazon Instant VOD. I love Locked Room puzzles. http://j.mp/dzZkn4
— Roger Ebert (@ebertchicago) May 28, 2010
Here are some important links:
You can buy the DVD on Amazon here. It includes English subtitles and a director’s commentary along with photographs of the making.
I blogged about the making of this feature film on my personal website. For those of you who are starting out and need the knowledge desperately on what it takes, follow these links:
Doing the Impossible
I – The Impossible Script
II – The Impossible Shooting Script
III – Impossible Locations
IV – The Impossible Technology – Parts One, Two, Three and Four
V – Getting Others to do the Impossible – Parts One (Casting) and Two (Crew)
VI – Impossible Logistics
VII – The Impossible Shoot
VII – The Impossible Post
IX – Protecting the Impossible
X – The Impossible Release