Focusing on Cinematography and the general story itself, Deep Gold movie offers more than a traditional indie film can give. FaceCebu.net (FC) was fortunate to be invited to the Red Carpet premiere last August 25, 2011 at Resorts World Mall in Pasay City. Together with other Big Foot delegates, FC landed at NAIA safely and arrived at the venue sleepily excited. Most of the attendees were foreigners, not much of the Media personnel and most were Big Foot contacts and acquaintances.
Philippine Red Carpet Premiere
The Red Carpet event started minutes before 9:00 in the evening. FC was excited to see if there were main casts attending but the expectation was a little bit too much. Local artists were spotted but not so sure of their names, lols. One good thing about the affair was FC met different personalities of Manila Bloggers and they were unbiasedly commenting the movie during the little talk – like, like, like!
Generally, dignitaries were treated very well – with those cocktail served and some marketing talk, they were surely welcomed. Oops, did FC mention that there were usherettes wearing GOLD outfits? They were truly eye catching!
At the first place, FC was already informed that there is a 3D version of this movie but he was quite surprised when 3D glasses were displayed at the entrance of the cinema house – WOW! The Philippine Movie Premiere of Deep Gold was in 3D?! Plus ONE!
Sad to say, Bebe Pham who took the lead role was boring! She did not give life to her character. She was taken over by the outstanding performance of her Movie-sister Jaymee Ong and Laury Prudent who delivered their lines with heart and emotionally wised. But I noticed Bebe made pretty good stuffs too – like wearing two pieces in some scenes but not that solo shower take – that was unsexy! For the Antagonists part, it’s obviously clear that Earl Mullen showed the best action moves unlike the lead antagonist, Michael Gleissnerf, who shared the same level of emotions from the beginning until its end. Movie transitions are not that good but not that bad.