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This is Part of the Lost in Zombieville Production Diaries. They are a series of short behind the scenes documentaries that ...
are meant to show what goes on to create a film using 16mm.
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Female: I have got some shots for you, yes of the sunrise last Sunday. We got some shots of the sunrise, I went up to Matt and said, what time is it Matt? He said seven o’clock. And said what time have we been here since. He said 4:00 p.m. and I said, what do you call that and he said a long night. And I said, you know what I call it, he said, what, I said dedication. Damn f*#&ing straight.
Male: Okay, we want to do the right film falls on and okay we will do it right.
Female: That means we are doing it again.
Male: What do you mean with that?
Female: What does that mean?
Male: That means it is not a wrap yet.
Female: But what shot are we on?
Male: I think we are on the martini now.
Female: Yes, that is what it is.
Female: Can we have more than one rock?
Male: F*&$, yes.
Female: What happens?
Male: Did you see me over there?
Female: No, what happened?
Male: I fell in a humongous ditch and I could not get out. F*&^ing mud was shooting up in the sky.
Female: That is amazing.
Female: I am proud of you.
Male: All right tell me when.
Female: Oh you are going away, Daniel.
Male: I was so f@*%ing scary.
Female: My DSL.
Male: You fell in a ditch?
Female: Go up around. I do not think we have a wrap yet.
Male: You just did a—
Male: That is fine. Action. Cut. The aperture was right on that. Okay guys, that is a wrap for the movie.
Male: Yes, martinis for everyone.
Male: Rev party at I-hop.
Male: Yes, we just finished a movie. What are we doing next?
Female: I am going to Disneyland.
Male: I am going to sleep.
Male: When I was sick and you wanted to do a shot with just back with the car up just to right where the sign in so that the red lights are on.
Male: It is far away.
Female: Lamar is serious.
Male: It is cool. It will work really well I think.
Female: Lamar, that was dedication.
Male: Seriously, Lamar, you want to take an extra shot?
Male: And workout.
Female: To the film.
Male: This is our little celebration for wrapping. It has been a long six days but it has been a fun six days and it is been a fun six days with fun people and great crowd. It has been a lot and it has been great. Thanks guys. So we are going to take cheers with some champagne. What do we have there? It looks like the cheap stuff.
Male: All right. We got the magnificent seven right here. And this is for our homies that could not be here to take this issue with us.
Male: This is for all the homies.
Male: That is right.
Male: To Zombieville, to film making.
Female: Thanks Matt.
Male: All right.
Male: It tastes like you went all out on that one..