kevbrinx  asked:

Why don't you use Paint 3D for 3d detailed objects like mannequins in the shop in 'The Mall'? Isn't 'Foxtrot' the name of a dance?

Because a) I have no idea how to use that (I’m guessing it’s like Maya); and b) I am too lazy, so I’d rather just google them :P. Hey! I deserve to be lazy sometimes. I’m three weeks ahead of my work, gimme a break.

And yes, the Foxtrot is a dance from the early 1900s, with a real smoothness in it. I took my time to study this dance and see how the movements are. Overall it’s an escalating dance, getting harder and faster every set.

This is of course, a wink on the story style, just like in The Riveda Swing, where the swing, being a really upbeat, fast and violent dance, is reflected in the emotion of the overall story. In this same way I pretend to show a Foxtrot in my story, hence the name The Torika Foxtrot.
Sneak peek: Tina Fey goes to war in 'Whiskey Tango Foxtrot'
Dramedy focuses on wild times on the ground in Afghanistan.

War journalists Iain McKelpie (Martin Freeman, left) and Kim Baker (Tina Fey) share a moment in ’Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.’ (Photo: Frank Masi)

Every war gets its own comedy, and so Tina Fey is heading to Afghanistan — at least on the big screen.

Martin Freeman is Iain MacKelpie, a Scottish war photographer who’s introduced to Kim as a guy she shouldn’t fall for “and of course you can probably guess what happens then,” Fey says…..

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So, we are to call the movie: WTF?!?  😂