This movie has no special imported 3D effects, and I’m glad, too, because if I were talented enough to render 3D animations I’d still be sitting here in December working on this film! As such, I’d just like to add a ***special thanks*** here to the
World War II Multimedia Database
which was gracious enough to let me use their photo material in my introductory and transition sequences, thus ensuring a bit of variety and perhaps making up for my lack of SFX abilities!
Other photos were obtained from the American National Archives (http://www.archives.gov/) or from various websites offering pictures and sound clips as Public Domain.
Tip: For those of you who don’t know it yet, the German site
has some excellent soundtracks available for download and use in The Movies.
MY BEEF WITH LIONHEAD
As usual, the incredibly annoying problem that the city background noise persists after a scene where the city set was used, continues in Part 2. AM I THE ONLY ONE WITH THIS PROBLEM, OR CAN SOMEONE TELL ME HOW TO DELETE THAT FILE SO THAT THE GAME DOESN’T HAVE IT CONSTANTLY IN THE BACKGROUND WHERE IT DOESN’T BELONG?!?!?»
Blood and Honour Part 2
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Description: Movie by ProKanada. Released May, 2006. This is, after a long wait, the second part of my movie about two gay nazis that fall in love with each other in France during the Second World War. A big thanks to those who watched and rated part 1 and encouraged (and nagged) me to finish part 2. :) Part 2 has now been split into parts 2 and 3, as my PC simply couldn’t handle the sync properly at that length. Part 3 will be up in about 2 weeks! In this continuation, suspicion among the troops grows that Gauleiter (which basically means “leader” of a Nazi district) Alexander von Kamp might be homosexual. Worried about the consequences of an “outing”, Alexander and his boyfriend secretly plan to defect to the allied side as soon as the Allies get close enough to the French city of Montpellier. Though portraying relationships – much less gay ones – in my movies isn’t one of my strong points, I suppose this part of the trilogy could be described as the “character development” part of the series.