The biggest thing about this is that the documentary is going to come out only a few months after the events filmed. That is one of the things that annoys me about e-sport documentaries and how many are getting made. A lot of them are going to be out next year, but the events taped will be over a year old when they are put out. The landscape of SC2 changes so quickly from month to month, dated documentaries are really going to get hurt by the volatile.
Awesome, I hope it really delves into the depths of the mind of a progamer (and those behind the scenes). I want to see the happiness and the sadness, the highlights and the dissappointments, the whole gamut of feelings.
So if we get behind the scenes content and a nice narrative plus that I already talked about the result could really be something that stands the test of time.
The game and the matches may change but the ambitions, feelings and commitment never changes in competitive sports.
i just bought the ensnare album. fucking SICKEST ALBUM everyone needs to buy this
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"Mech is at the store buying groceries and you attack him at home. You burn his house down. And then he comes home and puts out the fire, and then you burn down the grocery store so he can't buy more groceries."
Tommylew Wales. November 16 2011 18:48. Posts 2706