Movie scenes - Paul Sobrie (actor)

The short film “Merlin in Love” tales the story of 5-600 year old Merlin living back in time. We meet Merlin, personified by Paul Sobrie, a day after his dead, for himself the day before he dies. This fascinating theme demanded some cerebral exercise from both actors in order to make the characters believable.

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Paul Sobrie features in BIG SILVER NIGHTS by Ben Kadie. This shortfilm is dizzying multiplot dark farce. The story follows a pair of unlikely friends on one reckless night. Walter is a 60-year-old part time drug dealer and P.B. is a literal-minded, truth-obsessed 16-year-old kid. After their shift at the burger joint, the pair split up, each on a parallel misadventure. At its heart, the story is an exploration of truth. Each character is dedicated to an ideal. Each lies to themselves or others. The film will be roughly 35 minutes long. We shoot in less than a month and are currently in the heat of pre-production. Dispite it’s comedy, the film handles powerful ideas like love, longing and lying.

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An unknown infection takes over a small Northwest town, SLOUGHTOWN, while a group of citizens attempt to escape to sanctuary.
Paul Sobrie acts as “Uncle Al” in this series. Still is a webserie in the “Zombie” genre, but takes it to another level. Paul Sobrie felt a parallel to British TV-thriller series of the 70’s from the start, even if his shoot took place on the very first day of this series production. It has now about 10 episodes, and Paul Sobrie regrets that he caught the disease right away. He hopes writer/director John Holbrook will write him back in in one way or another…

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R/evolve was filmed in the middle of the Marriage Equality campaigns end of 2012. It handles the Marriage Equality debate but also questions the sponsorship of political and social causes. Paul Sobrie enjoyed to play a character that has as nothing to do whatsoever with his real persona. R/evolve is a fiction feature film; created in Seattle and produced by Dual Power Productions (Heart Breaks Open). Directed by Billie Rain. Written by Basil Shadid.

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Dr Iain Robertson, known worldwide for scientific research on Reincarnation, died in Virginia in 1988 at age 62. A closed briefcase needs a code to be opened… This short film was written and directed by UW film students. Based on a true story, Paul Sobrie enjoyed exploring this character as well as viewing the birth of a movie from the crew side.

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An unknown infection takes over a small Northwest town, SLOUGHTOWN, while a group of citizens attempt to escape to sanctuary.
Paul Sobrie acts as “Uncle Al” in this series. Still is a webserie in the “Zombie” genre, but takes it to another level. Paul Sobrie felt a parallel to British TV-thriller series of the 70’s from the start, even if his shoot took place on the very first day of this series production. It has now about 10 episodes, and Paul Sobrie regrets that he caught the disease right away. He hopes writer/director John Holbrook will write him back in in one way or another…

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