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    off-shot

    What does it mean in the sentence below ?
    "I saw the off-shot movie for the DVD."
    Is it the subjoin movie of the DVD ?
    Thankx in advance.

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    Re: off-shot

    It does not sound right to me.

    Perhaps they meant to use "offshoot" which would mean a sequel to the original movie or building on the original movie in some way, the original movies theme or story gave way to a new movie.

    "'For A Few Dollars More' is an offshoot of 'A Fist Full of Dollars'."

    "Off-shot" can mean taken behind the scenes at a film, party or concert.

    Chris
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