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JWPlatt
Grey Havens


Aug 3 2012, 12:26am


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Nit Pick

This is a nice article when it reminds us of how much work might be involved in adding a film in the middle of production after principal filming wraps and there's this great pipeline of material that might have to be restarted. That's something that didn't get much, if any, discussion here on the forums. It would be great to hear some first-hand stories about that. And I appreciate reminding so many of us that second guessing the professionals might be futile. I agree. But it really is overlay dramatic and fawning. More speculation about the break is a waste of time and I didn't read any of that. No soda for me. Why do we "need" to know? "Need" is very much the wrong word. We don't. The film will make it self-evident.

Here's my nit:

"...there was a universal reaction among many..."

Keep reading that until you understand why it violates journalistic standards and common sense. Wink


(This post was edited by JWPlatt on Aug 3 2012, 12:32am)


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