That sentence above is just a note I had to scribble somewhere. Now. Onto the point.
I don't know how I'm going to shoot this movie. You'd think a good director would know that by now. Hmm... maybe the issue here is "good" director...
LOCATION FOR DAY 3
For the main Cheyenne and Vinny scene I was thinking they'd just live in the basement or a hallway. I know. But hear me out.
|This air vent is actually fantastically important to the screenplay.|
|Location A: You can kind of infer that we should have exposure here, but the walls are white. There are giant dead bugs on the floor. But they are, in fact, dead.|
|Location A: This a further away version of the shot above.|
The first is that we would have to be guerrilla style for location A. But for B we'd have to shoot ninja-guerrilla style. We'd really have to be quiet and shoot quickly.
The second downside, and this is important, is that it really smells like heating oil here. I mean it stinks. And I suspect it's not that good for you. There's clearly some oil spilled somewhere around here. So we'd have to shoot quickly and limit our time here.
|Location B: the Art department seems to have already been here.|
|Location B: You don't even want to know where this goes.|
|Location B: You could totally imagine Vinny sitting here, smoking a glass pipe.|
|This cat is a cat. Not a location. Pay no attention to her.|
So. Which location should we use? "A" will require more art. "B" smells like heating oil. Who will choose for us?