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Wednesday, September 21, 2005

My Famous Friends

A group of us went to Hollywood last night to see the premiere of a short movie called Poet Head, produced by Marc's and Charlie's friends Sean and Rawle. We were all excited to watch the end-result because both Charlie and Marc supposedly had scenes there.

Alas, as fate would have it, they found out that they accidentally filmed Marc's scene with a different speed so they had to exclude it since they couldn't edit it into the movie. What a bummer! But it was still amusing to see Charlie up on the screen, adlibbing and emoting his way through. It was great!

The scene that Marc was supposed to be in soon came up; they had used the take with Sean in it instead. Too bad! But all was not lost - Marc's name came up in the credits. I turned to him and said, "Hey, you're still famous!" Haha!

Anyway, they only showed the rough cut of the movie. As Sean and Rawle said, there is still a lot of work that needs to be done. I think some scenes could be edited down a little bit more, but all in all, the script was very well-written so it should make for a good movie, when all the finishing touches are done. I think they're entering it in the Sundance Film Festival, so good luck, guys!

1 comment(s):

So you're saying Marc had to go through what he went through --- the interrogation by the Arby's manager (was it an Arby's), the listing of his license plate --- for nothing? I actually wanted to see his performance on the big screen! Will there be a next time?

By Anonymous Candy, at September 29, 2005 11:47 PM  

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