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The Sundance movie that was shot in one room

From a New York mag Stanley Tucci interview re: the Sundance '08 film Blind Date:

"And you really shot it all in one room?

Yes, we shot the film in seven days, all in one room. It was at once a blessing and a curse. After a while you really have to figure out ways to make the room feel interesting without getting tricky or hokey. But it was so exciting. We would shoot fourteen pages a day! It was definitely grueling, but once you’ve written something, you know it so well that you really save a lot of time. You don’t even have to look at the script."

Read the rest of the interview here.

Thanks GreenCine Daily for the link.

Blind Date trailer at YouTube:


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