It's short film set in this area of a 13yr old girl who "learns many lessons about growing up while holidaying at her grandmother's house with her younger brother, Michael." Beth is played by Olivia De Jonge who has been nominated for Best Young Actor at next years's Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Awards. She has also come to the attention of director, Sophie Coppola, in the US. Her younger brother is played by a young Inglewood lad called Caderyn who is brimming with self confidence and offered Joe a nectarine when he went out to talk to them! I'll never forget his strident voice performing the only spoken line of the day, "Walk the plank you scurvy dogs. I'll have no insubordination on my ship!"
I'll let Joe's photos do the talking now.
Setting up...they couldn't close the road like they do in Hollywood so the man at the far end of the street(and the one at this end) called "CAR" when one approached and the children were quickly moved off the road.
|Emma powders Olivia's nose while Caderyn waits his turn...he wanted her to do his Mum's nose too but she preferred shiny...he then noticed how shiny Joe's bald head is and thought that was wonderful!|
Producer/Director, Steve Fleming, goes through the scene one last time before calling, "Silence on set!"
|The lovely Emma Vickery directs with one of those nectarines in hand!|
|Steve holds on to his hat|
|Scene shot, Cadem heads back to his Mum, she told Joe that they'd been working since 6am!|
I do hope you are enjoying your weekend, my grandchildren are playing T-ball this morning but we don't have any plans at all....well I have knitty and garden plans :)
Love from Sue