*Today Cecelia Bee dips her virgin toes in the murky waters of the blogosphere as your guest writer and documentarian. Be nice.*
From the gritty reality of the dark depths of a Queens correctional facility, to the lofty heights of an uptown law office, De Felitta has traversed them all.
After spending two long days taking the technical scout head-on, the intrepid De Felitta takes a moment to reflect upon his mission and comes to see the actual shooting of the movie as the easy part.
The technical scout is a bonding experience. Work was done, and enormous meals were eaten. Jan McLaughlin the goddess of sound battling with lawnmowers and the shooting range near our main location is one thing; taking on the grilled salmon fillet the size of a small cat, quite another. But remember kids: What is important is that it was a battle fought together.
Each location was measured from multiple angles, filmed and noted in every conceivable manner. From the more traditional pen, paper and measure tape, to Dan Fisher Property Master Extraordinaire's enviable 'Flip' camera.
The reconnaissance is nearly completed; De Felitta is getting ready to go up and over, leading the troops into the humid jungle of the Bronx.
Photographs and text by CeceliaBee