Bump In the Night Video : Film Student Asks AmmoLand Reader’s for Feedback

AmmoLand Editors Note: We get many requests in the mail at AmmoLand News and this week we have an aspiring Pro Gun, film student asking for feedback, bad or GOOD on his latest video production. Any positive feedback or constructive criticism in the comments below would be appreciated. If you enjoy the short film please share and like in social media.

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USA – -(Ammoland.com)- I would appreciate it if you would review a short film I have posted on Vimeo. As a fan of AmmoLand and the Second Amendment, I deeply respect your [readers] opinion.

There are many folks who review movies, but I would like the opinion of other strong supporters of our Constitution. It’s for us that I wrote and made the short movie.

It’s called Bump In the Night. It’s five and a half minutes long. https://vimeo.com/167063570

I grew up in the Midwest and was raised to love and admire America, it’s culture and the Constitution. I've carried for 15 years and enjoy working through a box or two at the range.

I haven't attended film school and I am learning as I go. As a result I could use constructive feedback and help in getting word out about my film efforts.

The word being that there are filmmakers outside of Hollywood who want to have their voices heard. The voice of many in middle-America.

Bump In The Night from Tim Serewicz on Vimeo.

Many complain about the stuff from Hollywood, but they don’t do much to support those who create outside of that system. I would like to change that by making better content.

I know I have work to do, and am working to improve. As AmmoLand News has such a wide readership I would really appreciate your opinion and help getting my work seen by a friendly audience.

Best regards,

Tim Serewicz

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    A little trivia for those who like behind the scenes stuff: – The code the psychiatrist uses on the phone is 18 U.S. Code § 922 – Unlawful acts, section D-4 which deals with denying a firearm or ammo to a person considered to be mentally defective. – The form stamped at the end is the BATFE form 4473 used to record the transfer of a firearm. – The cop and the psychiatrist are the same actor. He is wearing a real sidearm. Ruger P85 9mm. – The shoot took five hours and two large pizzas to complete. Thank you… Read more »

    GMartin
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    GMartin

    Well done. Good videography and sound. Nice poignant , brief story!

    Tim Serewicz
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    Tim Serewicz

    Thank you for the kind words and for watching. I would appreciate it if you could share with your friends and social media. I’m glad the sound worked out. It was actually the most difficult part of the project.

    Kit
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    Kit

    Very good job! Well done sir!

    Tim Serewicz
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    Tim Serewicz

    Thank you for watching Kit. I appreciate it.

    Vanns40
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    Vanns40

    Pretty slick, subtle but slick.

    Tim Serewicz
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    Tim Serewicz

    Thank you for watching! I appreciate the feedback!

    Roger Luehrs
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    Roger Luehrs

    The guy must live in California!

    Tim Serewicz
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    Tim Serewicz

    I was hoping to cover everyone. Definitely would be CA for today, but hopefully points out the danger to everyone. Thank you for watching the video!

    MarkPA
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    MarkPA

    Excellent! Hits the right points. The young, physically-fit male isn’t the most sympathetic choice of protagonist. Even so, this might be calculated; i.e., if the film started out with a poster-child it wouldn’t have sucked-in the viewer to the ultimate horror of being taken away by the state. While I liked the story, it appeals to me as someone who recognizes the threat of the state as anticipated by the founders. We have to remember, however, that our real audience is oblivious to that threat. The state is always the benign agent for the benefit of social welfare as “I”… Read more »

    Tim Serewicz
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    Tim Serewicz

    Thanks for the thoughtful review Mark. I was trying for the “Joe six-pack” average guy in a situation they would consider possible. I know I’ve been sent to check out a strange noise a few times. It also was to illustrate the possibility of regulation toward thought crime. He did nothing wrong but still goes for corrective treatment. I like the idea of pepper spray and a lady. I agree it would affect an entirely different group who would also probably be the best to reach out and communicate with. The only downside is even a good dose of pepper… Read more »

    Carol Combs
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    Carol Combs

    Well done! Bravo! Shades of 1984 perhaps. I’m from “fly over country” myself.

    Vote Trump

    Tim Serewicz
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    Tim Serewicz

    Thank you for watching! Yes, Orwell is one of my favorite authors. Please share with your friends and social media. Thanks!