Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Observe The Transitional Psychosis Of A Kidnapper In The New Suspenful Martial Arts Horror Shortfilm, PROFILE IN DARKNESS

Traveling filmmaker and actor Graeme Noble is back on the internet this week with a brand new martial arts action short, Profile In Darkness. The shortfilm is a 1st-time collaboration between Noble Brothers Productions and Golden Money Productions, and characteristics fellow Noble Brothers actor and performer Martin Sandison, and veteran independent actor and filmmaker Cristoffer Frank who hails all the way from Sweden.

Noble shared a small bit of his experience with me whilst operating on this project, getting filmed back in the middle of August for a three-day location shoot in the Scottish Highlands. "We booked a caravan for a couple of days and spent the majority of our trip filming." he says. "There have been definite challenges filming everything with just the three of us. I was behind the camera for most of the film but Martin did a wonderful job with the camera for the bits I was in." Noble also gave a little bit more insight with Film Combat Syndicate on his thoughts about operating with Frank a decade after very first meeting him online. "I've recognized him more than the Stunt Individuals Message Board for virtually ten years." he says of Frank. "He has been generating films since 2003 and it was fantastic to finally meet him and for him to operate with us on this project."

Profile In Darkness is a specific collaborative milestone on the inventive forefront for Noble's independent film group, Noble Brothers Productions this time around. From moment-to-moment, the shortfilm dabbles with components of quiet arthouse drama with hints shock-worth suspense leading up to the final action sequence.

Frank does a quite excellent job exhibiting the psychological state of mind that frames specifically the type of story that a title such as Profile In Darkness looks to inform, in accordance with his fight scenes with Noble and Sandison. That mentioned, although experimental at its core, I grant that fans of action and horror would definitely appear forward to this most current modest treat from Scotland-based film group. The film is dark and gritty in tone, and pretty entertaining in its delivery of action and mise-en-scène components of horror visceral performances from the actors will leave you really impressed and possibly even wanting much more.

Profile In Darkness is not as well violent for all viewers. Nevertheless, it is far much more diverse from what you may be utilised to seeing, so viewer discretion is somewhat advised. At any rate, really feel free to verify it out in the embed under, and head over to the official Noble Brothers Productions film web page for more information.

Observe The Transitional Psychosis Of A Kidnapper In The New Suspenful Martial Arts Horror Shortfilm, PROFILE IN DARKNESS
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