So, back on set for 3 References with two very different days of shooting. Saturday brought us some broad comedy with Sarah England (Donna) breaking into Christian Swacker’s apartment with nothing but an overcoat and smile, only to find the object of her desire unwilling. It’s a scene very indicative of the central theme of the movie – at some point life moves beyond just the desire for the physical.
The scene, comical in nature, is very counter to one of the emotional low points in the film involving Terissa Kelton (Kelly) and Christian. Terissa did an excellent job of playing a woman on the emotional edge and then slowly sliding off.
I can’t say enough about this cast. Through the turmoil of changing personnel, locations and crew, they’re remained steadfast and professional. Their talent humbles me at every level. Our crew as well has been nothing short of fantastic. Veterans of Twitchy flix past have welcomed newcomers in and they’ve done nothing but adapt to the changing landscape that accompanies all indie films with smiles, jokes and above all, a great work ethic. We have ten days left and each one will be very challenging. But I feel very good about who I’m going into battle with.
Actress Lauren Hayes with Chris Copple (Cinematographer) and Aaron Gaudin (AC)
(Photo by James Christopher)
Actor Christian Swacker and Director James Christopher. (photo by Andrew Twenter)
Actress Sarah England (photo by Andrew Twenter)