Capucine: It’s Too Late Now

As we mentioned in the previous post we did about Capucine and her amazing epic tale, the Law of Relative Development states that the rights have been purchased by somebody somewhere. As a matter of fact, it appears they have and here’s a response video of the session in which the studio gave notes on Capucine’s pitch. Make sure you’ve watched Capucine first so you can get the full effect.

Direct link for the feedreaders.

Thanks to Henri for the headsup.

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