Sneak has just sat through The Commuter, a short film that was shot entirely on an N8 mobile phone.
He says sat through, but actually Sneak writhed uncomfortably through the viewing experience, at times hiding behind his fingers to watch it. On paper, if it actually ever hit paper between concept and screen, the idea was vaguely appealing.
It came to Sneak via a press release which promised a good cast, Dev Patel, Pamela Anderson, Charles Dance, and Ed Westwick, and 'one of the UK's hottest upcoming directorial pairings' the McHenry brothers. No? Don't worry, Sneak hadn't heard of them either.
Patel, who was great in Slumdog Millionaire but now looks like a millionaire slumming it, had this to say about the effort: "I'm always interested in embracing new technology in film making and the main reason I really wanted to get involved with 'The Commuter' was because it was being shot just on mobile phones."
The Commuter is about a man who on his first day in a new job may be late. This simple idea is taken to an extreme, and did we mention - was recorded on a mobile phone.
"I wanted to encourage the next generation of filmmakers by showing that you don't need expensive equipment and big budgets to make your own movies," added Patel. "The quality of a camera phone, like the Nokia N8 allows filmmakers to produce amazing HD movies and I hope 'The Commuter' shows aspirational filmmakers that you can create a great movie even using a mobile phone."
All this may be true and worthy, but the film looks like the sort of thing knocked up in an afternoon by aspiring film makers - and we don't mean that in a good way.
Coming across as a mix of Youtube video clips - we have kung-fu, parkour and Pamela Anderson - the very best Sneak can say about the Commuter is that it is silly.
You may disagree though, the film has been called 'groundbreaking' by Nokia, and was only shot in four days. Whether this is a good thing or not is not up to Sneak, but he sure wouldn't mind getting that seven and a half minutes back.
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