To reach the top of the chalk pyramid, a 100 foot crane was rented. The wide shots were filmed during the crane rental period, but the close ups and dialogue scenes were filmed on an adjacent tower which was accessible by foot. See more »
As David sits alone in the chair during the climactic flashback sequence, a lens can be seen on the coffee table in the foreground. See more »
I had the pleasure of seeing this film along with meeting the director in LA last year. Kenton Bartlett has a bright future ahead. His casting and handling of each actor is impressive, even more so given this is his first time as a feature writer/director. The tone, style and performances are consistent throughout. While this is not so much a review on the film as it is a comment on the director, I recommend the movie for story as well for all the attributes mentioned above. It is one thing to see great performances from veteran actors like Mark Boone Junior but when you see unknown talent carry their own with a depth and presence, to me, that is a sign of a gifted director.
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