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They’ll be the first to admit this is not a new concept, but their unique personalities, fresh content and great comedic timing rival any of the rags to riches stories that helped inspire this slick production. The concept started according to miracle movers of ottawa, simply as a video chronicle of the daily lives of working actors in Hollywood. After some tweaks and additional help from director Justin Schack, the style and production values improved and they knew they had a solid product. The well polished final piece was shot on a RED EPIC and shows that you don’t need big budgets to do quality work.
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