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Fr3e’s Let Me Go by Nick Pottom

Jimmy Brown - 16th Aug 2010

Inspired by George Orwell, Nick Pittom has created a cold, dystopian city-state where an oppressive government keeps the people under total control. The population is robbed of their identity and ordered to conform to this cruel and domineering society - where even your thought's can be illegal.

Inspired by George Orwell, Nick Pittom has created a cold, dystopian city-state where an oppressive government keeps the people under total control. The population is robbed of their identity and ordered to conform to this cruel and domineering society - where even your thought's can be illegal. Fr3e is found guilty of Thought Crime, thinking for them selves and imagining a free world. But will they ever be free - or is this just a taste of things to come

Fr3e is found guilty of Thought Crime, thinking for them selves and imagining a free world. But will they ever be free - or is this just a taste of things to come

Inspired by George Orwell, Nick Pittom has created a cold, dystopian city-state where an oppressive government keeps the people under total control. The population is robbed of their identity and ordered to conform to this cruel and domineering society - where even your thought's can be illegal. Fr3e is found guilty of Thought Crime, thinking for them selves and imagining a free world. But will they ever be free - or is this just a taste of things to come

Jimmy Brown - 16th Aug 2010

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Director
Nick Pittom
Producer
Robert Rose
Production Company
Reelworks and NT
Production Manager
Vicki Wilson

Camera

Director of Photography
Tim Doubleday

Wardrobe

Stylist
Ollie Taiwo

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Editor
Nick Pittom

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Commissioner
Sebastian Ihonor

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