The final days of principal photography are upon us.
Day sixteen is easily, without a doubt, the worst and most painful day of shooting on God’s Land.
We are over halfway through shooting God’s Land now—and seeing light at the end of the tunnel for some of our principal actors.
The heart of the film is in the domestic scenes between the husband and wife.
The kid is standing there punching my hand over and over again, monitoring his breath.
We are approaching the middle of our shooting schedule, and finally making some headway.
Still and all, Preston is in full-on Captain Ahab mode and remains undeterred by the struggle.
Like most of the others working on God’s Land, I have a day job that has nothing to do with filmmaking or entertainment.
Even the trip to Long Island where we were shooting our scenes felt a little traumatic.
The 8-year-old boy, Matthew, is clutching his mother’s sleeve tight and holding her hand. He looks very pale.