A **SUPER-HUGE** Thank You to all those who watched parts 1 & 2 and encouraged me to finish this project, and a thanks to LIONHEAD for increasing our storage space, thus allowing me to upload all 3 parts at once!
Though each episode *can* be watched on its own, it is highly recommended that viewers watch all 3 parts (in the right order, of course) to be able to follow all the subtle plot twists throughout. Part 3 starts with the same intro sequence as Part 1, as everything that happend after the part 1 intro was basically a flashback leading up to the events that follow the intro in Part 3. (I know, it's a bit complicated, but it all fits together if you watch all 3 parts)
This flick was both a pain in the ass (i.e. the sound issues at the end of part 3 that couldn't be corrected) as well as a joy to make, I am pleased with the results and hope the TMO community will be as well!
Watch it …or not…, but if you watch it, please rate and rate honestly!
Hope you enjoy!
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 (in Parts 1 & 2), 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.»
Blood and Honour Part 3
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Description: Movie by ProKanada. Released June 2006. The final part in my 3-part series about two nazis that fall in love with each other during WWII while stationed in France. No, it’s not another “Hitler is gay” movie, but rather my attempt at a serious portrayal of what this situation might have been like for the participants. In the conclusion, Gauleiter (which is the German word for “leader” of a nazi administrative region) Alexander von Kamp waits for the return of Sebastian, who is in the city defending it against the allied invasion of Montpellier. As the battle takes a turn for the worst and General Steinmeier disappears, von Kamp tries to find Sebastian, in the hope that they can go through with their plan to defect to the allied side. …Will they make it?