Shot back in the early days of HD, when Digital HD was still on tape, not real 1080p and before 24p wasn’t easily accessible.
Made late 2007/2008 while attending Ryerson University’s Film Program in Toronto. I was the DP and colorist on this.
Young artist-turned-detective Kevin Tomlin takes on a standard homicide case. But Kevin starts doubting his special talent to solve cases by drawing the crime scenes when a number of other distracting clues arise. Kevin must decide what is best for this case: following his drawing talent, or these ambiguous clues. Kevin’s insecurities lead him to try following both paths and this inability to make a decision ultimately gets him in over his head.
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