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Old 08-22-2016, 02:10 PM
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Does Bob ever mention why he didn't do his homework upfront, to make sure all of the elements were available, before committing to this and asking for money, to make this stretch goal happen?
This criticism is unfair, unreasonable, uncalled for and unsupported. It reveals a pettiness and a lack of good will.

The situation with SEA DRAM changed even as I was in the act of posting post #7. Negotiations for the short film took a long time and required patience and perseverance. The man who owns the elements is a filmmaker of considerable experience and should know what he has, but he has reached that point in life where he is very old, frail and confused. He was mistaken about what he had and what he had the rights to. Fortunately Bob Furmanek kept digging and found out in time. He communicated the facts in updates in good faith. He kept everyone informed, and no one has complained except Malakai. Bob Furmanek can't be faulted. He even found a 3-D short even more rare than SEA DREAM to substitute which everyone is eager to see.
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Old 08-22-2016, 04:59 PM
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This criticism is ....
What criticism? Oh, there is none, since I've been one of the biggest 3-D Film Archive supporters since their first release and have bought all but one of their releases, despite knowing how terrible or boring some of the films themselves were, because I knew there was a possibility that it would open up a door for Bob and the 3-D Film Archive, to get films like It came from outer space. The 3-D Film Archive is great. Reading into things that are only in your head ISN'T.
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