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Justin HUSS
Works at Dubbing Brothers
Attended Edinburgh Napier University
Lives in Edinburgh
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Sound Recordist/Editor
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  • Dubbing Brothers
    VOD tech, 2010 - present
  • BTIC
  • Edinburgh Napier University
  • West Lothian Council
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Edinburgh
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South East of France
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Born in France in 1986, I followed the footsteps of my brother and got into physics until uni where I gave up. Switched to computing, but still unsatisfied I moved to multimedia, studying abroad. Today I'm on my way to film sound if I can push the door of the cinema industry!
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  • Edinburgh Napier University
    Digital Media, 2007 - 2010
  • IUT Informatique du Limousin
    Informatique, 2005 - 2007
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We went there as a group of four. I've been in SF for two days, the other people with me are here every year around this time. They're starting to know their way around town and have a good grasp of where to go when it comes to eating. They just crossed Les Joulins Jazz Bistro out of their list. Most expensive place they've been to for their worst table experience yet. The place is huge but doesn't look terrific. Yellow walls, dark carpet, the decoration clearly lacks passion. The room was 2/3 empty and like others said, it should have tipped us off and out of there. Music instruments are set up at the front and when the band started playing it sounded alright. Food-wise, we laugh nervously when thinking back: - my mushroom soup cost 7 bucks and didn't taste very good, wasn't served copiously either. - steaks were served with a ridiculously small portion of vegetables - when dessert time comes, they'll present you with a platter of slices from all of their dozen of cakes, mostly chocolate based. You won't know the price of each until the check comes. Taste-wise, they're not quite up there. The check is the worst part of the experience, when you really start to feel you're getting screwed. The bill was presented to us with the total written at the back but face down so all you see is the $162 total, not the detail of the addition. Straight off the bat you're paying a little over $40 per person for a two-course meal and a beer. You'll come to realise they've made it easy for you and calculated/included the tip in the total, they just don't say it in case you'd add 15 to 20% on top of it. We feel tricked, and from what I've read they've been going like this forever. Total disappointment, dishonest at best.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Good
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reviewed a year ago
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