Half-Life Origins

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Half-Life Origins
Director

Brian Curtin

Producer

Brian Curtin

Based on

Half-Life

Studio

Infectious Designer

Released

November 28, 2011

Runtime

00:02:01

Country

USA

Language

English

Half-Life Origins is a trailer-like short independent fan film based on Half-Life. It was produced by Infectious Designer, creators of Beyond Black Mesa and co-creators of The Freeman Chronicles.

It was released through Machinima's YouTube channel on November 28, 2011, and through Infectious Designer's channel on March 29, 2012.

[edit] Plot

The short film is a retelling of the two first Half-Life chapters, Black Mesa Inbound and Anomalous Materials, during which Gordon Freeman rides the Black Mesa Transit System to his workplace within Black Mesa, the Anomalous Materials Test Labs and Control Facilities in Sector C. Cave Johnson's visitor name tag can also be seen in the train.

The film ends with an humorous reference to the "casserole debacle", in which Freeman destroys a meal in the Anomalous Materials' microwave oven.

[edit] Production

The film combines live action and CG environments, to give the film a "semi-realistic look".

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