Here is the forwards version - the mirror image of the film that sent you from youtube.
I apologise for the inconvenience and the two extra clicks
although there is a good chance you have gone already
But before you go back to youtube ..... hold on a second please
You obviously like the films enough to have clicked the link - mumbling dark thoughts to yourself as you are dragged away from the undemanding feckless familiarity of youtube.
Let us consider it to be one small step for an MOB - one giant leap for the project.
Please don't watch these films on a phone or tablet or even a small computer screen. Please don't try listening to the audio through speakers the size of a grain of rice. Please don't complain about the audio balance when you are hearing through really equipment.
It would be great for both of us if you could make an effort to see my films on a decent sized TV with half decent speakers - otherwise I might just as well have shot it on a go pro, got a tanned winch grinding bikini wearing wench to jiggle alluringly to a soundtrack by Enya.
If you want to enjoy this film at its fragrant best then download it for free here. This is the file as it came off my editing computer.
You can then open it with your browser and cast it to your telly in the normal way - no hangs, no buffering, best audio, no extra compression.
It will look and sound marvelous on your big telly.
To see it on a sub 12 inch tablet with the sound coming from downfacing peanut speakers that force me to shout shout into your crotch is a bit of an insult to a beautifully filmed island.
Headphones are not as good as proper speakers. Never have been... never will be.
Just my opinion - feel free to hold alternative ones.
I quite understand that you like youtube - I do too. Man they deliver bandwidth. Even with me, given a choice between clicking on a youtube film or one from vimeo, then I too would rather have the youtube one because I know that it will come from a server near to me. They are brilliant at what they do.
although even their best friends would say that their interpersonal skills could do with some refreshment.
They now own every minute of KTL - now and as far forwards as I can see into the future of this project. I make films, they brand them as mash-ups which they grab for themselves and then sell space against them - and put not a brass farthing into the project. Water under the bridge though.
This is the wittily hypothecated paypal button - please feel free to ignore it if you are a bit short at the moment or not feeling in the mood - watch the film or a hundred of them first then see how you feel about the button. It buys you absolutely nothing at all other than a warm fuzzy feeling that comes from contributing in some way to KeepTurningLeft - a collection of films about a drole old bloke sailing unexceptional boats around one amazing island. If you have watched a lot of my films thanks... but so far every penny of your worth was swallowed by google.
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