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One Cut of the Dead (Kamera o Tomeru na!)
Episode 17813th October 2022 • Verbal Diorama • Verbal Diorama
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One Cut of the Dead was a movie that came together in only eight days, with a tiny budget, that its own actors paid to be in. Not only would it garner major financial success, earning over a thousand times its budget back, it would also be a huge critical success (100% on Rotten Tomatoes!).

Most importantly, it encapsulates exactly why this podcast exists in the first place - to celebrate every facet of the production of movies. The pain, the joy and the hard work of everyone involved.

One Cut of the Dead is a blood-splattered (yet sincere) love letter to low-budget independent film-making. Watch the movie before listening though, please!

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Music by Chloe Enticott - Compositions by Chloe

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