I only wondered if it was really “a thing” in your area. For the past couple of years, bunches of youths have been breaking into parked cars in the wee hours (I know it is a nationwide thing). I thought maybe this was the new casing method.
Yeah, the original footage is depressingly murky v2 night vision at twilight. It’s like a windshield looks after someone quickly scrubs it against your will with greasy newspaper and water. A little better, maybe, but not much. I started by applying zoom so all clarity bets were off. Plus discretion.
The video editor is no great shakes, it’s free and I chose it a couple of years ago to do a project real fast where I could learn on-the-fly and then not be unhappy about forgetting what I’d learned. IOW, no investment in the software whatsoever.
Everybody disses it online. Or more like dams it with faint praise. I am drawn to it now because it’s a red-headed stepchild. Homely, but it takes out the trash.
If you mean “smoke” as in Salem cigarettes, okay. If you mean there is anything more than simple minded literalness in that mess of a script (Don’t Look Up) then no. All the press hammered home the obligatory climate change parallel but the movie was beneath lowest common denominator pastiche. It’s not a word I tend to use but I think it’s what “polemic” was invented for.
It wasn’t smart. It wasn’t funny or entertaining. It was droning and dumb.
Hell they even managed to waste Mark Rylance. That takes breathtaking incompetence.
Just a bore. Blanchette was pretty good.
All merely my opinion of course. If someone enjoyed it, good for them.