Invisible Bullets


(chrislane) #1

I recently directed a short film which was heavily influenced by Sergio Leone’s spaghetti westerns. It’s called Invisible Bullets[/url] and can be viewed here:

[url=http://www.virginmediashorts.co.uk/films/entry/346076/invisible-bullets-3]http://www.virginmediashorts.co.uk/films/entry/346076/invisible-bullets-3http://www.invisiblebullets.co.uk

In a visual sense, a lot of the ideas in Invisible Bullets were inspired by A Fistful of Dollars and For A Few Dollars More, whilst The Good, The Bad and The Ugly provided us with a starting point for the music.

Let me know what you think of the film, and if you’ve got a minute please vote! :wink:


(Dillinger) #2

I liked the showdown with the garden gnome, especially the close up of his eyes.

I would have liked more western and less arcade sounds to make it a bit more straightforward.


(chrislane) #3

[quote=“Dillinger, post:2, topic:2448”]I liked the showdown with the garden gnome, especially the close up of his eyes.

I would have liked more western and less arcade sounds to make it a bit more straightforward.[/quote]

The intention was always to make a modern-day western of sorts, hence the arcade sounds. It does seem to have divided people, but on the whole I think a majority appreciate the ‘electronic Morricone’!

Thanks for watching, appreciate the feedback! ;D


(scherpschutter) #4

A completely new approach to the Leone heritage

I like it, every generation presents a new angle to look at the great man and his movies

There are a few other film makers active here, such as Hungry Bear and Bad Lieutenant, check out there things

By the way, the actor (you?) has the right face for a spaghetti western, a little like the actor Hungry bear used in one of his shorts (the one filmed in the Ardennes)