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By Christopher Zinsli | May 19, 2004

“Filmmaker Ronnie Cramer recently submitted to a one-hour, on-camera interview for a documentary about independent directors. ‘Quiet Please’ is a film document of the (almost) two minutes of silence that occurred between Cramer’s responses.”
It’s hard to come up with a better description than that. Audio engineers have been having fun stringing together “outs” like this for decades, so it’s about time someone did it with video. If only the idea were as interesting on screen as it is on paper.

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