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Short Film: 300,000 km/s

Yet another cool find by [via Geek Art Gallery300,000 km/s is a very well-done French-noir time travel proof-of-concept pilot for a longer film. Well, at least that’s what they said a year ago…

Anywho, here’s the description:

Paris, 1856. Lucien Lacroix, inventor, has resumed the researches of his father and created a watch that permits the wearer to travel in time. Deciding to go to Geneva to patent his invention, he is followed by two mysterious individuals…

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3 Comments on Short Film: 300,000 km/s

  1. Should not the description read “Paris, 1956” vice “Paris, 1856”? There is an automobile in the film.

    Good production values, but no ending. Looks like the producers ran out of money and hope they can find funds to do a sequel.

  2. RE: Year
    Must be an alternate history πŸ˜‰

    RE: Ending
    I think that’s where the a proof of concept part comes in.

    • Thanks for the correction. I missed that this short was produced as a pilot for a longer film.

      I do not think the producers intended to make a pilot. I still think they ran out of money and decided to call this a pilot.

      The short demonstrates that they can make a film, but I wager that their books also demonstrate that they cannot manage money.

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