Question by Michael Rees: The Milgram Experiment?
Hello, my name is Michael Rees. I am 15 and this a film for my high school sophomore film class. For our character driven project that couldn’t contain any audio other than music we chose to base it around the Milgram Experiment. This was an experiment done during the 60s in which someone would ask questions to another person who was hooked up some way to high amount of voltage. Every time the subject answered them wrong (they were very difficult) the person would have to double the voltage and shock them. It was mainly to see how far people will go listening to authority or standing up for what is right.
I shot it in two days and edited in a few hours. Please give me some feedback on how I did from some fellow DSLR filmmakers.
Answer by Sabot03196
It’s well cut though some of the shots are a bit long. This is a situation where sound and a script would push the effort to a higher plane. but it’s shot and lit very well. I do find that Youtube lets you down on output quality, try Vimeo.
I’m a produced screenwriter with feature film and TV credits. I also produce.
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