Rough Cut


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Rough Cut

In film, a stage in the production process in which a movie or television show is nearly complete but requires further editing.
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Almost exactly three years ago, Time ran a preview package of "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace" that profiled George Lucas and gave a few tastes of the movie by way of script and some rough cuts. Before extolling the virtues of Jar-Jar Binks, Corliss wrote, "We get intimations of something fresh, handsome, grand."
It looked home-made because of the rough cut. But tasted mild and creamy and would complement any dish.
James McGhie QC, for Channel 4, denied that Schellenberg had been tricked and pointed out he'd been shown a rough cut of the programme.
The generator also adapts current density during the rough cut, helping improve the performance on freeform electrodes.
One of the men is 5ft 8in, slim, with short, dark rough cut hair and was wearing a dark suit.
Two men hoping to score from the biggest-budget Slovak film in years--the Gothic romancer "Bathory," produced by the U.K.'s Middleton Media--obtained a rough cut and threatened to release it on the Internet unless they were paid about $24,553 by helmer Juraj Jakubisko.
"I feel like I'm kind of `growing up' which is weird, because Rough Cut is a very fun, young show.
But with Rough Cut working on "The Clone," the latest sitcom from "Friends" exec producer Adam Chase, maybe the odds of repeating that success are improving.
The snitch added that di Bonaventura wanted changes to director Noyce's rough cut. The new scenes were added when the movie was re-edited with Noyce's approval.
"I was nearly in tears when I watched a rough cut of this film," admits Ross, 48.
Most of the tools stolen in the raid are made by either Black and Decker or Bosch and include two drills, a cordless drill, a bench grinder, two angle grinders, a rough cut saw, a hand-held powersaw, two alligator saws, a staple gun, a planer and a jigsaw.
When Jean-Luc Godard showed producers a rough cut of his film Le Mepris (Contempt, 1963), featuring megastar Brigitte Bardot, they were aghast to find the film devoid of nudity and demanded scenes with "BB" in the buff.