Love.Honour.Obey

Production Still from Love.Honour.Obey which wrapped on May 29th.

 

An informative and entertaining email exchange which sums our movie up:

 

On 1 Jul 2013, at 2:17 PM, < jarlolsen > wrote:

Are you into post with your movie yet?  I’m gathering that you were on some manic short shooting schedule.  How did it go/is it goin?

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On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 2:20 PM, < Elliot Grove  > wrote:
120 pages
15 days
5th week of post
first cut Monday
Fingers crossed.
Its either so good it will play every major film fest
Or so shitty it won’t make Raindance Film Festival

I can’t decide!

Hope you are well

E

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On 1 Jul 2013, at 19:52 PM, < jarlolsen > wrote:

Only the very best films make it to RDFF, so don’t be discouraged if you don’t get in.  There’s always Sundance, Cannes and Berlin.

I’m sure that despite the brutal shooting schedule, you have a gem.   I’m assuming this is the very film you’ve announced screenings for on your site, which sounds absolutely beautiful although from an American perspective, the story seems lacking in opportunities for pitched battles with automatic weapons.  Perhaps you will address this after audience feedback.  These things are typically done in post now, anyway.

Bon luck,
jarl

Love.Honour.Obey features kimbaku

 

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