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Meet Ally, one of the main characters in Once in a Blue Pill.
She is the personal assistant to Dr. Maximilian Kessler in our story. She is also a budding poet, astronomer, film aficionado, and barista, among other things. Ally asked if she could do an intro and an outro to our "tickler" teaser and we agreed. We did this because it's easier to agree with Ally, allow her to have her way, than it is to find ourselves caught up in a seemingly endless dialogue ending with us questioning our sanity.
Immediately after the shoot, we brought Ally to a dentist for a thorough cleaning.
Here's the story....
Once in a Blue Pill is a short-movie centering on a day in the life of Mark and Molly. They are a young and happy couple who decide to add a little spark to their relationship by experimenting with a pill designed to enhance the male libido. And to their delight, it works really well...unfortunately for Mark, it doesn't stop working.
Fans of the black-comedy/absurdist/horror genres will certainly appreciate the lengths Lucky Quarter Productions goes to show you something you've probably never seen before.
Lucky Quarter Productions has added a party to the rewards! For anyone donating $20 or more (per person), and you're in the Boston area on Friday, April 6th, you will gain access to an exclusive Kickstarter/Once in a Blue Pill party at the swank little venue called District! All the details are below in this flyer:
A word about Kickstarter:
Kickstarter allows YOU to financially support artists of all kinds and in turn receive cool rewards. The money pledged goes directly to helping us complete our project.
Here's the tough part - We do not receive any of the pledged funds unless we are fully funded by our end date.
Every contribution counts and will help us share an incredible project with you.
Thanks for visiting our page.
Be well - The Lucky Quarter Team
Here are a couple of storyboards representing the chaotic climax of Blue Pill:
Panic in the streets...reporting on the apocalypse:
The Street Preacher finally has an attentive audience:
Dr. Maximilian Kessler:
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