Today's video goes in a little different direction than you're probably used to from me and I'm kind of excited by it. It has more written story than my usual re-imaginings, so it allowed me to be more in depth and creative with the characters and plot. Since there's more text and less edits than usual, I'm referring to this as more of a "video caption" for lack of a better term.
I've created a world where there's a link with a parallel universe. I took some liberties with the theories of quantum physics that I used (so be kind, all of you physicists out there), but I don't think I stretched the possibilities too far.
I imagine this turning into an ongoing series for me (along with my usual stuff)... as long as the response is good out there.
I'm very interested to hear your reactions to this new direction I'm taking. Don't worry though, it probably won't be as drastic to you as it feels to me. Please give me any feedback you have, good or bad.
Today's video is a spy caper. Without giving too much away, it's based around the idea of a Secret Service which has come up with a contingency plan to eliminate casualties with its agents. Of course, with such elaborate technology, there's always the possibility of risk.
It's also a return to the foreign language films with my own subtitles.
Before I talk about today's video, I just wanted to send a word of thanks to Rebecca over at Rebecca's World. As I've mentioned before, I'm a huge fan of her site, so I'm overjoyed that she's taken the time to give me such a positive review. For anyone who doesn't know her site, I highly recommend that you check it out. There are years' worth of quality captions there, among other work, links, etc.
Thanks again, Rebecca.
Now on to today's video. It's a twist on the usual Jekyll & Hyde theme... and I'm sure you can see foresee the outcome. This one is actually in English without the subtitles I've used in the last few. And yes, in case you're wondering, the voice-over narrator in the video really did come from the original movie like this.
I was able to add in a basic morph sequence too, which is something I rarely have the opportunity to do, given the source material. It's not perfect, but I think it works alright here.