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This review is from: The Capone Investment [DVD] (DVD)
This moves a bit slow for my liking. There was obviously not much budget for this as when the actors are travelling in a car, the scene in the background is a recorded moving picture, so they are not really driving at all, they are in a static car in the studio. This makes it hard to watch for me and a little thing like that takes the gloss off the series for me.
I know we're talking 1974 but this is the sort of thing that used to be used in films of the 50s and 60s.
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Initial post: 21 Jul 2013, 19:33:36 BST
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In reply to an earlier post on 21 Jul 2013, 20:08:25 BST
Mr. P. Fixter says:
Not sure if you're agreeing or disagreeing with me there!!
Posted on 13 Sep 2015, 13:56:44 BST
Ysthaf Gynghori says:
I like the fact that drama serials of this period moved at a slower pace. It gave the viewer a chance to get to know the characters a bit more and thus grow become involved in their predicament. Today's dramas move at a much faster pace - too fast in my view - to the extent where it is almost impossible to discern a storyline. I find I have to keep consulting the Radio Times to find what the characters' names are!
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