Friday, January 13, 2012

For Sale: A Bridge In Brooklyn

Things got crazy right before the end of the year  as we became a well oiled filmmaking machine taking down scene after scene. Stairwells, carousels, bikers, pool tables - nowhere was safe from our monkey business. Then the holidays hit.

Tip # 452: If your film centers around a key prop, say a backpack full of homemade explosives, and you're dragging your cast and crew down under the Brooklyn Bridge in the middle of the night to shoot the big climactic scene where one character gives that prop to another, MAKE SURE YOU BRING THE PROP. It really sucks if you don't. Really sucks.

We haven't filmed in almost a month. But that's going to change next Wed when the gravy train gets back on the wheels. We've got three more days to shoot with R and then we're into the home stretch.

M has had the same haircut for four months now. He wants to shave it so bad. Once we wrap, I'll operate the clippers myself.

Up next: Deja Vu and Where Did My Boyfriend Go?

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