And this flew under the radar all right #richardarmitage

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~ by Servetus on April 27, 2018.

33 Responses to “And this flew under the radar all right #richardarmitage”

  1. What is that?! That’s the best narration I’ve ever heard! Seriously. And for some reason I immediately thought of David Bowie singing We Could Be Heroes. Something about the tone and pacing. Probably not related but it really brought it to my mind. I have no idea what that promo is about but it was mesmerizing.

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  2. That is certainly intriguing! How ominous he sounds. Love it already… whatever it is. I don’t think I fully understand what a VR film is. Is it something for gamers? LOL

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    • acc to Teasing Armitage’s son, it is a movie that you watch with virtual reality glasses.

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      • Huh. Does that mean not a wide release maybe? I don’t think I’ve seen any mention of VR movies anywhere in my area.

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        • I suspect that’s correct. I know there was a VR version of Into the Storm with Oculus Rift glasses, but I think you had to go to a sci fi convention to see it.

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  3. Interesting! All those projects under the radar – and so much audio stuff. It must be pretty slow in terms of film/TV work at the moment…

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    • yeah — hypothesizing he decided that in the absence of screen projects, he would not repeat 2013, which was probably a wise decision.

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  4. Intriguing but also very, very creepy… 😳

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  5. Oh, that voice……❤️

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  6. According to https://vrscout.com/news/ardens-wake-tides-fall-vr-storytelling/ , Armitage is playing Arden’s father. He has gone missing and she is trying to find him. This is the second instalment, albeit with different voices. Sounds like there are flashbacks, “taking Meena back through her childhood memories and digging up some aspects she’d have rather left under the ocean” according to https://uploadvr.com/ardens-wake-tides-fall-sees-penroses-grip-vr-storytelling-tighten/. How we would be able to see it is hard to say. It sounds like the first episode even is not yet available for home viewing, even if you owned a VR headset.

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  7. OMG. I’ve been off line for a while. Dos this format mean to you that it won’t be released generally – some on demand services have short film programs.

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  8. I’ve just checked, and Amazon Prime has a pay subscription for Tribeca Film Festival shorts. Right now, thy have 2017 selections. Only in U.S. , need Prime Membership and I think subscription. But if it’s there, it might be elsewhere from other libraries.

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  9. I feel like one needs to be a detective in order to find all these various RA sightings…and then deal with the genre.
    Where’s the romantic interlude? “North & South 20 Years Later”…Something to put us back on steady footing.

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    • Afaik the only way to have a clue about this one was to participate in the group of people who speculate about the significance of his follows — until he revealed it yesterday. He followed Penrose a while back. There was a fair amount of discussion of the project itself in the press but he was never referred to in any of it. I find most speculative discussion annoying, but I give in when it’s about things I’m really interested in (e.g., possible stage projects). And then I so often regret having done so (as this spring).

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  10. Er schafft es doch immer wieder sogar dich zu überraschen. Nach all den Jahren… 😉
    Oh, und er klingt faszinierend, …absolut fesselnd… ich würde auf jeden Fall weiter zuhören. So langsam gewöhne ich mich daran, ihn nur zu hören.

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    • Maybe that will eventually happen for me, too. It would be good for it to happen quickly, given what we’re likely to get this year.

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  11. Another one of these ‘noone might ever be able to watch it without jumping through ten hops’ thingys??? You gotta be kidding me!!!

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