It's already the end of January, which means New Year has come and gone. I hope that for you reading, your time during the holiday was filled with idiosyncratic endeavors, like watching irrelevant-yet-beloved TV shows (nothing sets the holiday mood like a couple of over-the-top season 3 episodes of "Lost in Space"), re-reading the same tired book (something entertaining, like Shaw's "Man and Superman"), listening to music (preferably Goblin, my favorite band) or just gathering with friends and/or family and doing whatever it is you do to deaden the din of the escalating noise produced by our "connected" world.
My New Year was pretty much a bust, as I was running around prepping for 3 days of shooting on my newest film.
The place was great. A fully stocked office, it was complete with desks, white boards, copy machines, plants, folders, binders and all the knickknacks you find in Japanese offices. There was even one of those Daruma with an unpainted eye atop a cabinet. Satisfied, I booked it for a day's shooting.
For those interested, here's the website of the studio I used: http://www.planear.co.jp/
On the office agenda were two scenes, which took a total of seven hours to capture.
|Fram Cap from New Neighbor. (Ayano)|
Trapped in time. Surrounded by evil. Low on gas. – Army of Darkness (1992)
His story will touch you, even though he can't. – Edward Scissorhands (1990)
Be afraid. Be very afraid. – The Fly (1986)
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