Afterward, Seater and Brancati did write a full script, but overall, it was a collaborative effort.
It's a good thing they're all such close friends, since filming involved two straight weeks of everyone cooped up in two small cabins, away from civilization, to work at all hours.
Putting together two takes in a typical film is easy, because your actors stick right to book, and you can just skip from one cutting point to another and it’s easy, but with this, they might be doing ten completely different things: I love what she said in Take 3, but I like how she got from this moment to that moment in Take 1, so it was a lot of piecing the puzzle together.
I mean, we could that movie seven different ways and it would be an entirely different film so a lot of choices are made in the editing process are “what are the movie that we want to show people? Paula Brancati: The guy who plays Dan in the film, and I play Robin, is my real-life ex.
that he just knows what to say to get me in the place I need to be," she said.
was announced as the October selection for the Canadian Indie Film Series.
The film is “an intimate exploration of relationship, friends, enemies, lobe and loss”, though at its core it is a film about transitioning from our twenties and into our thirties and beyond.
Season one saw a marriage between two barely-of-age neighbours; season two just might bring just a few more challenges for newly-weds Tom and Jessie.
If you haven’t heard of Michael Seater by now, it sounds like you have indeed been living under a rock.