In this scene "Pilar of the Underground", Libertaria has escaped the evil Factory and finds herself in an Underground society of misfits, cyborgs, and children that form a resistance against the evil Collective above ground.
This is the rough draft. I still need to add in some subtitles, which I will do when I mix down the final feature.
Credits for this scene are below. I thought you would appreciate checking out this version since I have only been uploading snippets here and there. The world premier is on Oct. 5th, so the final complete movie will stay under wraps until then.
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The Rich War/The Poor Die
A Life Based on Being/A Life Based on Doing
Power beyond our/your will.
Faith not fear.
Hope not Hate
1 plus 1 is 2
2 plus 2 is 5
3 plus 3 equals 6
Know this and your are blind
The purest religion
For a quick explanation, the Underground saves the misfits of society from certain death from the Underground, yet both the Factory and the Underground have a twisted sense of morality, loyalty. There are brief references here of course to George Orwell's 1984, the book of James, Philip Glass, and various political entities. It's a nice mash that works well though not much is being said. It's meant to be a military mantra, repetitive, brainwashing, as Libertaria adapts to her new environment and takes up arms in defense of the innocents.
This project is the result of an incredible amount of collaboration. This is not a complete list of everyone involved in the making of Libertaria, but key cast/crew members for this scene.
Original Music by Sabrina Pena Young
Music mastered by Patrick Rundbladh at P R Music Productions
Vocalists: Joe Cameron, Kate Sikora, Perry R. Cook
Animation and Video Editing by Sabrina Pena Young
Additional Animation by Lucinda McNary
Set and Mods by Lucinda McNary at Two Moon Graphics
Additional Mods by Craig Rintoul, Shortfuze, and Shirley Martin at Mods 'N More
A special thanks to Moviestorm.