After reading your script I was worried that the issues there would present some huge problems for your story but I have to say that this turned out much better than I expected. You have some wonderful shots in this story! Everything (except the last shot being crooked) is solid! Your interviews are shot well, your audio is great (although it could use some work to make them more level throughout the piece), and you have some really beautiful shots! I am very impressed with this effort and I commend you both for doing a great job on this. I still think the script could be tweaked a bit to provide more info in the right places though. I do have a question for you though....who is that woman that is mentioned at the start who had the great foresight for the museum? She was never mentioned again. That's the sort of thing that can be fixed to make this a stronger piece. Another thing I noticed was the shot of wooden pallets you used in the beginning. While I am going to assume it's because that provides the wood for the wood burning locomotive, that shot should really be taken out as it doesn't help your story. I would also take out a few of those shots of the blueprints. One of them is shown when the man talks about the sugar cane. Getting a shot of actual sugar cane in this spot would be a lot better. I'm sure the grounds of the museum has this somewhere. I absolutely love the shot of the train going by the camera that's placed on the ground near the tracks. Beautiful!
Despite the problems with your script, by capturing good audio, taking creative shots, and shooting good interviews, you were able to do a nice job here that I am rewarding with a 3.7 which is an A-. Nice job!
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