John again. I want to sleep. I have to sleep. So quickly:
These our actors. They're doing great.
This young boy is also acting in the film. He spent most of day doing things that to him must have seemed random and odd. Finally in his second to last shot of the night, when we had a set-up that would have eventually burnt a hole through our tend, he decided to ask the obvious "how come?" to my direction.
Scooters are our film making secret. It's all the scooters.
We were able to test our boat rig for the first time.
As soon as we had a rare moment of break Kurt looked like this.
Towards the end of the day literally everyone on set rallied to build a fire big enough to light the actors fast enough that we would have just enough natural light too. This was the moment that I really realized how much we were coming together and how proud I was of all of them.
So that is all, I am about to die, but this has been such a great experience. We've gotten so many things done that this morning seems like a week ago. There is much more pictures of the day, but those will have to be saved for later.
So goodnight to whoever it is that reads this blog.