My last full day here in KL before I head to Kampa with the rest of the cast and crew for the remainder of the shoot. The last few days here in KL was spent choreographing and rehearsing the final fight sequences for the film with the principle actors. The final day of rehearsals was yesterday, a bittersweet good-bye to our little trainning studio.
Today was spent sleeping until noon, then it was off to the office to smooth out some the test footage the choreography team shot for reference. Though we still have a one final battle ahead of us (shooting the final fight sequences), leaving KL is bittersweet, and today offered a little bit of time for me to reflect on the the happiness and hardships of this shoot thus far.
For the actor, wrap is finish (of coz they have to join many events and so on after that, but in so far as "making film"), but for the stuff, wrap is kind of another start, I guess. I've read somewhere an article about some film's "behind the scenes", it said like that "they had to take another/added takes but couldn't manage to handle the actor's schedule, and at last they had to take with stand-in." And about CG-work stuff, they are assigned to clear some undesired objects that should be wire and something appeared on background accidentally, so I guess, for them, after wrap is their stage...
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