2 thoughts on “Gianna Capadona”

  1. my only critique of the connection of poem to video, is with such dramatic scenes, i found the commentary to be a bit monotone or almost unnecessary to the video as it already told the story it’s self. Some nice shots were captured, but future suggestion would be to have poem with video, as i think video tells a story on its on.

  2. the poetry and video flow together nicely. The components can work together without each other, but truly don’t bring it together until they are combined. I wasn’t very clear when watching video without audio, but once that audio is added it brings together the story as whole. Not to mention how well the poetry is written 🙂 I may not have used the voice you did, and maybe chosen someone with a richer, deeper voice, to match the words being spoken.

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