Person of Interest (2010) HD

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Gregory Bayne & J. Reuben Appelman
thriller, conspiracy, indie

A veteran of the war in Iraq, and self-proclaimed American Patriot, becomes convinced that the federal government is setting him up as the fall guy in a soon-to-be terrorist attack on American soil ~ yet his reactions to the paranoia unmistakably parallel that of a would-be terrorist.

At once controversial and definitive, vehemently proactive, and overwhelmingly relevant in a political climate charged with uncertainties, Person of Interest gives voice to a disenfranchised generation of soldiers, while bravely prodding at the seams of homegrown terrorism in the United States.

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Gregory Bayne & J. Reuben Appelman

Gregory Bayne and J. Reuben Appelman are the director/writer team behind PERSON OF INTEREST, and the upcoming feature documentary JENS PULVER | DRIVEN, about the legendary mixed martial arts fighter, Jens Pulver.

  • At 18:28 on 21 May 2011

    "Person of Interest succeeds on several levels. The script-driven film drowns you in a tsunami of language ranging from colloquial American to Iraq-vet grunt-speak to the oddities of Terrance’s grasp of basic English. Brilliant moments of scriptwriting reference both Timothy McVeigh and the September 11th World Trade Center attacks, upping the intensity for the viewer who constantly feels something horrible is about to happen." - Review by Jibril Hambel for JO Magazine.

  • At 18:37 on 21 May 2011

    "...The lines of reality in Person of Interest are blurred and grained. It’s a testament to Bayne’s direction and cinematography that the film is able to maintain such a level of narrative force and coherence while the main character spirals within his trauma and insanity." - from "I Pity the 'Good Man'” - A review of PERSON OF INTEREST

  • At 18:46 on 21 May 2011

    "The script is a tough prose poem that repeats certain phrases in order to convey what it might sound like inside Terrance’s mind; and, with alternately searching and invasive close-ups of his face coming undone, the camera captures his paranoia and pain. This gritty look at a mind ruined by war reveals that perhaps the worst part of battle is its lingering madness."


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on July 20, 2013 at 9:32pm

Sanity is such a precious thing ... I've yet to meet a person with all of theirs intact. I think this film speaks to everyone.


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on October 07, 2012 at 5:32am

Will be downloading.


on September 13, 2012 at 12:09am

Wow... this is stunning! One of VODO's best.


on January 06, 2012 at 9:10pm

this is such a great film.


on October 02, 2011 at 11:04am

I just now saw this by accident while trying to find a torrent for the new television show by the same name, and I'm so glad I did. Great work! Amazing realism, and emotion. I sent $5 your way. I know it's not much, but I wish you the best, and I am eager to see what you and your team bring us in the future.


on October 18, 2011 at 7:09pm

Thank you very much. Glad you dug the film.


on September 10, 2011 at 3:45pm

Interesting, lots to think about.


on April 27, 2011 at 12:27am

Awesome film. The tight shots get a little schizophrenic and claustrophobic at times but, i think that plays well against the slower pacing and the relationships between the characters. Same can be said for the dynamic color pallets. Really helps set the mood.

Only gripe is the open ending. Pulling my hair out wondering "what..."



on May 21, 2011 at 8:19am

Thanks for checking out the film, and the kind comments. Much appreciated.


on March 15, 2011 at 1:27am

Appreciate everyone taking the time to check out the film, even if in the end it's not your cup o' tea.


on January 23, 2011 at 5:30am

This was a waste of effort and I am being nice!


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on January 08, 2011 at 5:50pm

Thanks for the movie. Watched it almost until the end. For me it just got tooo slow in some point.


on November 19, 2010 at 10:10am

Loved this movie. Seriously. One thing though. I am looking for the song that is in the ending credits. Anyone have a name/somewhere I can get my hands on it. Its beautiful


on December 24, 2010 at 8:37pm

The artist is Kris Doty, and the song is "Thumb." Not sure the direct website, but google her.


on November 15, 2010 at 3:44am

HI, I just had the opportunity to watch this film at the freefilmfestivalen in Gothenburg, Sweden.

I start with what I did not like: I think that the rhythm gets sometimes too slow, or maybe it's just that the characters are always in the same mood that makes it monotonous. But this is not necessarily a problem. I just missed some variation.

But the good sides, in my view, overweight the bad. I like a lot the camera angles, almost all the time, and also the color treatments of different scenes that in spite of being very noticeable is never exaggerated. The acting is very convincing. And above all the plot is very pertinent.

Looking forward to the next project!


on November 13, 2010 at 10:53pm

Teoria da conspiração vista pelos olhos de um adolescente. O filme não convence. Texto fraco, sem profundidade e atores ruins. O personagem do governo (cena do interrogatório) chega a dar vontade de rir. Apenas um destaque: Mark, que em 2 cenas tem mais sutileza que o elenco inteiro junto. Uma pena!


on November 13, 2010 at 8:24pm

Maybe it's my inner conspiracy theorist, but within the first 5 minutes of the film, I was hooked until the end. Well written, directed, and edited. I guess it could be that I just don't get nauseous like others when watching films where the camera "moves," but I didn't find it distracting, nor do I feel it took away from the experience. And about the ending, I think it did the trick - it left things open, leaving the viewer to analyze, decipher, and think. Great job, and I'll be looking forward to the next production.


on November 12, 2010 at 8:58am

Great work! Really enjoyed the film. You did a great job pulling the film together at the end. Solid movie.


on November 03, 2010 at 8:37pm

Subtitles in portuguese, anyone?


on October 31, 2010 at 3:25pm

Decent idea, but poor execution. Some thing that need some work:

The camera shakes a lot. Some scenes it could be for effect, but it's never really steady even when it should be. Its not that hard to make your own steady shot rig. I tried to ignore it for the film.

The picture is rather dark most of the way through, enough to hide detail that should be visible. This should be an easy fix to do during post. At least I can work around that with a gamma boost filter during playback.

The deal breaker, however, is the non-ending. No explosion. No follow up. Just bam, cut to black. So I watched a film in which essentially nothing happens at all. I could forgive the rest of the faults, but not this. Sorry, but I won't be recommending it to anyone else.

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