Well done. Where does the saying "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" come from? All I know is the version from Jack Brookes Monster Slayer "All work and no rage makes Jack a dull boy". Always figured there had to be an original saying to it, just never knew what from.
I think the saying is what Jack Nicholson's character in The Shining (1980) is typing over and over on his typewriter as he's going 'loopy', if I remember correctly. At least that's where I remember it from.. Unseen on the video is also "All work and no beer makes Homer go crazy" from the Simpsons, but that was way down at the bottom of the door- only a few people caught it.
Just like Home! LOL. Very good job, JP. I especially liked the nurse with the baby and the Walker Dude. The Resident Doc and Nurse at the end looked ready to do intake on a few more victims, errr, I mean patients.
Thanks to all for the kind words.. the plans were to have me inside the control room and popping up or hitting the inside of the door every once in a while, but I ended up busy elsewhere. The inmate reaching out was based off of the massage motor mechanism, and the nurse in the rocking chair was wiper motor driven in very low light. The creak of the chair on the brick surface was the perfect sound to catch peoples attention.
The program used for the slide show is called ProShow Gold. Very easy to use with just about no learning curve. It can handle video as well, I just haven't been able to find the stuff we shot this year...
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