Some portions of this site are disabled. This site was done entirely in Flash, a format that has gone out of fashion in the last couple of years primarily because it does not work well with iPhones or iPads. The client wanted a fluid intro with music to set the tone of the site. Most text was treated like broadcast-quality motion graphics. There are several pieces of content that are loaded dynamically from the webserver in real time to avoid time-consuming updates to the main flash file. There is an “intellegent monitoring” script where at any time there is a sound or when the movie trailer is played, the main original music theme is muted. There is also a system to download high-res images or PDF files on the fly.
“Take occurs over two days – one day in the present and one day in the past. Ana (Minnie Driver) drives through the desert to witness the execution of Saul (Jeremy Renner), the stranger who destroyed her life so many years ago. Saul waits out the final hours of his life. Both are caught in the memory of the day when their lives crossed paths and changed forever. Years earlier, Saul is out of a job, out of money, and out of time to pay his debts. Ana, with her young son, tries to work out her uncertain future. It only takes a moment for their lives to collide and become permanently intertwined.”
Key features: Flash Site with dynamic HTML updates. Motion graphic text animations. MP3 Player with Meta Information.