Admit One was my very first film. I wrote and directed it back in 2000, when I was still working as an electric in Vancouver’s then-booming film industry. The shoot went well, we got a lot done in a short amount of time, and the cast & crew were GGG (good, giving, and game.) Unfortunately, the script was mediocre and the direction no better. I have, in the intervening 15 years, learned a lot about dramatic structure and visual storytelling.
Still, when I look back at this, it’s only slightly cringe-inducing, which isn’t bad for a first rodeo. As of yet, I only have it on VHS, so I don’t have anything to show you. One of these days I’ll get around to getting it digitized and put it on YouTube.