Very minor spoiler: The movie was filmed in black and white, and I thought that was a way to get around depicting dolm/jale/ulfire. Their omission didn't detract from the story, of course. Still, a brief mention of "imaginary colors" could have driven home the alien nature of the planet.
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Thanks for the link. I haven't watched the whole thing but quickly skipped across the video to get a sense of it. It definitely seems like some of the characters and audio are modern overdubs. I wonder what went on there. Was the original project never finished, or was this audio replaced for some reason?
In case you wonder why the mods have not removed the link yet - it seems like the Youtube account that hosts the movie is somehow related to the movie's production/copyright holder.
That said, same rule as always: Don't publicly post otherwise copyrighted material, please. There is a certain grey area when it comes to Youtube/similar streaming sites, especially when it comes to music. Overall, though, we don't want this. - Not because of any "holier than thou"-attitude, but because especially indie creators tend to depend on lighter contributions/sales to a stronger degree than bigger companies. To distribute a movie like that on a streaming site without the creators' permission is the best way of making sure that movies like that won't get made, any more - the same way as pirating PDFs is the best way to ensure that small press publishers eventually go out of business. So, everyone just - be prudent, and keep an open mind on this issue.
...In this particular case, there is no harm done, it seems, so... Let's enjoy this movie.
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