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URBAN NINJA 3 - all footage has been shot. Editing is next. Preview coming soon...
The second in a series of short mockumentary / films about Kinetsu Hayabusa, the Urban Ninja. URBAN NINJA II. Please turn it up and listen with good speakers.
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Created, Directed, and Edited by Robert James Hoffman III. Played by Robert James Hoffman III, Maya Hazen, and Oscar Orosco.
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Created, Directed, Edited, and Played by Robert James Hoffman III.
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Starring Robert Webb (“Peep Show”, “That Mitchell and Webb Look”), Rufus Hound (“Celebrity Juice”, “Argumental”) and Lucy Punch (Bad Teacher, You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger), THE WEDDING VIDEO is a comedy set in the cut throat world of English society weddings.THE WEDDING VIDEO is directed by Nigel Cole (Made in Dagenham, Calendar Girls), written by Tim Firth (Confessions of a Shopaholic, Calendar Girls), and produced by James Gay – Rees (Senna, Exit Through the Giftshop).Raif (Hound), a shambolic oaf with a unique sense of humour, is asked to be his brother Tim’s (Webb) best man when he marries Saskia (Punch). To Raif’s surprise, he finds his once-bohemian brother is marrying into Cheshire’s most socially aspirant family. Saskia’s grandmother, Patricia (Miriam Margolyes) would give Hyacinth Bucket a run for her money and mum Alex (Harriet Walker) has successfully married into life in the ‘Cheshire Set’ – the English ‘Beverley Hills’.Raif’s present to the happy couple will be a video of their wedding. His film is our film – the final edited version with music, live action, interviews - the works.Amidst the chaos of planning their big day and fending off unwanted help the couple begins to wonder ‘whose wedding is it anyway?’