My first feature film, 'Same World Different Day', is a psychological thriller about a disgruntled Army Engineer who's become increasingly desperate to clear his name after being falsely charged. After he engages in a dangerous encounter with a notorious criminal, it soon becomes apparent that he must in fact learn to part with the very things that define who he is! ...
There's a deliberate fakery to some of the environments and sets. From time to time, you may notice things in frame that are literally two-dimensional or inauthentic compared to the intensity and raw emotion - the three dimensionality - that the characters feel within their minds. I felt this was an effective way to establish the power of the mind over the material world. Of course, this was purely an experiment, so i'll let you decide for yourselves how well this comes across!
Poster & Trailer
We had originally planned to submit this film to film festivals in London, however due to my initial vision for the project not being fully realised in the final edit, we decided it was best to withdraw from festivals on this occasion. If you would like to watch the trailer you can find it above...
And if you would like to watch the full feature length film, you can find it down below...
For what it's worth, I really liked how the film turned out in the end, and I'm very proud of my amazing cast and crew for all their hard work.
Behind the scenes
Even though the bulk of the filming was made up of hectic schedules, ongoing relocations and an intense reshuffling of ideas, the experience was second to none (in a good way!) I adored making this film.
If you would like to find out what went on behind the scenes, you can watch our bloopers reel below...
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