Brain Wrapped – Episode 1 "The Imperial March"

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    Hey everyone. Check out our first Brick Film. This is a series that my girlfriend and I are starting in which this is the first episode. Brain Wrapped is a web series created by current and previous theatre employees, just for fun. It revolves around a second-run movie theatre and the managers/employees working there.

    There is room for improvement to be sure but we had a blast making it and getting our friends together to provide voices. Filming will start this week on the second episode.

    If you have a few minutes, please check it out and feel free to leave any feedback, positive or constructive.

    Thanks for watching!

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    High production values, great sets, interesting characters — you’re ticking all the right boxes! Storylines need a bit of work, and I was a little puzzled why some floor surfaces were tiled and some weren’t. (I loved the tiled floors, by the way). So, congratulations — I thought it was terrific…


    @ Galaxy Patrol: Thank you!

    @ jahnocli: Thanks for your kind words. Incredibly awesome of you. I understand where you’re coming from in regards to story. We were at one point going to release this episode and the next together but in the end we got a little eager. Hopefully it stands enough on its own to spark some interest. Since these episodes are not stand alone we aim to pick up momentum as we go and we have outlined an over arcing story that influence the “B” and “C” stories of the individual characters.

    As for the tiles, that’s just due to budget but a good point none-the-less. The exteriors will be tiled but the interiors will remain pegs, mainly as the interiors can be more awkward to film.

    I am glad both of you enjoyed it and thank you again. Please share with anyone you think it may interest.

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