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  1. I will lay out the order of Stages 1 and 2 after work tomorrow.
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    CAYOM Y5 - Discussion Thread

    Sadly there are no famous trained arctic foxes that are the size of a large dog, or I would have cast that in Pillars 2
  3. Cook and I tied (7 and 1), and I was the lower number.
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    CAYOM Y5 - Discussion Thread

    @cookie is this THE Olivia?
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    CAYOM 3.0 - Behind the Camera

    Had an interesting concept pop into my head that I will tuck away for a future year. And it's public domain, so no worries about franchise rights.
  6. But I just found my adaptation of War and Peace which is a google doc of the entire book for us to read!
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    CAYOM Y5 - Discussion Thread

    We can all take a deep breath and say "At least we did not pull a cookie"
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    CAYOM Y5 - Discussion Thread

    @Rorschach sorry friend, but as soon as I saw how long OPM was I had my benchmark to beat to go under by. The original draft of the film was about 900 words longer than PoE 1, so there was a solid amount of editing this evening.
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    CAYOM Y5 - Discussion Thread

    @Xillix Pillars of Eternity: Never Far From the Queen is fully up on Page 1. It's longer than I had hoped it would be, but it is shorter than the first. But more importantly, once I saw how long another film in Year 5 was, I was determined to edit it down to shorter than that film, and by gosh I succeeded at that.
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    CAYOM Y5 - Discussion Thread

    Ok, so it looks like at the minimum we need a film for the following weekends (I am assuming certain films will be finished on time): March 5th June 11th July 16th July 23rd October 29th Thanksgiving (presumably a family counterprogramming)
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    CAYOM Y5 - Discussion Thread

    Schedule is looking marginally better, though still some notable gaps. Unfortunately I don't have time to import anything else really. Everything else I'd consider taking from the vault I probably would want to tinker with a decent bit. Maybe 1 film I could have time for, depending on how much time I spend editing PoE2 after work.
  12. A Woman in the Crowd 2 Lonely Bounty Hunters
  13. Another one from the 2.0 filler vault: The Poet Genre: Thriller Cast: Casey Affleck (Jack McEvoy), Elisabeth Moss (Rachel Walling), Charlie Hunnam (Robert Backus) Directed By: Baltasar Kormákur Release Date: February 19, Year 5 Theater Count: 2766 Theaters Budget: $28 million Running Time: 112 minutes MPAA Rating: R for scenes of violence, strong language, and some sexuality Plot Summary: Jack McEvoy (Norton) is a crime reporter for the Rocky Mountain News, and after a couple early scenes that show his skill as a journalist he learns of the death of his brother Sean. Sean was a homicide detective with the Denver Police, who was found dead in his car in a remote parking lot. A one-sentence suicide note was found in the car with him, and it seemed impossible that someone else could have killed him. McEvoy, though, is reluctant to accept that his brother had succumbed to depression resulting from his investigations, even though the last one was particularly brutal: Theresa Lofton, a young college student, who was found in a park in two pieces. After much investigation on his own, including retracing his brother's investigation into the Lofton case, Jack concludes that his brother's death was simply made to look like a suicide by a serial killer. By focusing on homicide detectives who committed suicide in a similar fashion and left a one-sentence note quoting the works of Edgar Allan Poe (as Sean's did), Jack finds three clear matches to his brother's death. When the FBI finally realizes that he is on to something and attempts to block him from further access, he is able to trade his knowledge of the other deaths (one of which the FBI had not uncovered) for a role with the FBI investigative team headed by Robert Backus (Hunnam), the son of a famous agent within the bureau who has been overshadowed by his father's legend. Assigned the duty of handling him is agent Rachel Walling (Moss), one of Backus' main proteges, and the two of them become personally involved. The FBI nicknames the serial killer "The Poet" due to his use of Poe's lines with the victims. As the case focuses on an Internet network of pedophiles and one in particular (William Gladden), McEvoy is taken along on the operation to arrest Gladden, who is suspicious of the set-up and kills the FBI agent trying to arrest him, Gordon Thorson (Walling's ex-husband). McEvoy ends up killing Gladden himself while being held hostage. However, Gladden's comments about his brother's death lead McEvoy to believe that Gladden was not the killer, even though the case has been officially closed. He then finds evidence that the killings had a connection to the FBI and identifies a phone call to the FBI from Thorson's room that he links to a "boasting" fax sent to the bureau by The Poet. Since McEvoy knew that Walling had sent Thorson on a fake errand during the time the fax was sent, he suspects Walling of being The Poet and of posting to the pedophile network under the name "Eidolon", another Poe reference. He then learns that Walling's father, a cop, had committed suicide when she was a teenager ... and had been suspected by the investigating officers of molesting Rachel over a period of time. Since pedophiles tend to have been abused as children, McEvoy becomes worried enough to tell Backus of his suspicions. Backus tells McEvoy that they'll set a trap for Walling and then takes him to a remote location -- where Backus drugs McEvoy into nonresistance. He admits that he himself is both Eidolon and The Poet, because the room mistakenly billed to Thorson was actually the one in which he stayed. He admits to all of the deaths and to his setup of Gladden as the "fall guy" for the murders. As Backus prepares to kill McEvoy, Walling (who was suspicious because of messages that she had received from both men) shows up and eventually saves McEvoy's life by knocking Backus out the window and down a long hill. Later the police find a body, however it is left open if this is Backus. Meanwhile, as the facts of the case become known, Walling's judgment is called into question due to her personal relationship with McEvoy and her professional relationship with Backus. A tabloid publishes a photo of McEvoy and Walling together. However, because McEvoy suspected her, Walling ends their relationship and takes a leave to Italy. McEvoy then takes a leave from his paper to write a book about the events.

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