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Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Call Me Mr. J - Fan Film showing the origin of Harley Quinn

Following the events of "The Dark Knight", the Joker is sentenced to Arkham Asylum where he is placed into the hands of Dr. Harleen Quinzel, a slightly wet behind the ears psychiatrist and current replacement for Dr. Jonathan Crane (The Scarecrow).

Spanning over the course of five individual therapy sessions, the Joker slowly peels off Harleen's authoritative mask while molding her into an image he sees more fit- Harley Quinn.

Chris Notarile of Blinky Productions made this little piece of fan film loveliness. He also plays the Joker as a Heath Ledger inspired performance.

Harley Quinn was first created for Paul Dini's Batman: The Animated Series and then made the jump over to the comic book.

Have a watch and be sure to leave your thoughts on it in the comments.

Source: Fan Cinema Today



Pat said...

sound needs doing. someone needs to tell the cinematographer about extreme close ups.

dialogue driven shorts can only work with spot on dialoge. cut on action. most of the cuts are a bit off, unfortunately.

nice introduction to Harley Quinn though.