The Think Big Studios team based in Berlin has produced a 35-minute fan fiction film about DC comic icon Harley Quinn, actually Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, published. Many professional and international filmmakers cavort behind the camera. They sacrificed their free time over a period of two years to provide the ambitious fan project free of charge for friends of DC Comics. The story is about Harley Quinn, who, similar to the Warner blockbuster “Birds of Prey: The Emancipation of Harley Quinn” (soon available on streaming platforms?) celebrates her (surprise!) emancipation and finally frees herself from the clutches of her psychopathic lover, the Joker.
In contrast to the theatrical version, the focus is much more on the Harley Quinn, which fans know and appreciate from the countless comics. This is how Harley wears her famous latex costume. In addition, movie fans can look forward to lots of other iconic characters who, in addition to Harley and Joker, provide a lot of charm: the Riddler, Batman antagonist Poison Ivy, Catwoman and many more.
The project was produced and staged by Thomas Bernecker, who also took care of the financing. “We have always seen Harley as much more than just a minor character,” explains Bernecker. “Harley Quinn has the full potential to exist as a character in its own right. As a Harley Quinn fan, my wish was that there was a movie in which Harley played the leading role and that we could experience her character in all its facets.” Do not miss the great fan film, you can easily watch it right here in the article.
But it should be said: It’s best to watch the flick on a TV and with good boxes, because the overall package looks a lot! The Cinematic Short has cinema quality and a professional sound and is even suitable for 7.1 surround sound. If you want more information about the project, you can find a link here.
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