In my previous post about the movie, I forgot to mention that the title is "DRIVER" (how's that for forgetting stuff? It must be the old age...). Last Sunday, we shot the opening scene of "Driver." Here's a few stills I took between takes. Sorry, folks, I couldn't take any photograph while we were actually shooting. I guess that has to do with the fact that if I'm directing it, I've got to do what I'm supposed to do and be really focused on the acting and the camera work. I guess next time I'll have to call for "another take for stills only!" Anyway, it was hard work in a quite hostile environment: an auto shop with no AC, in 90 humid Alabama degrees and with a whole army of mosquitoes and flies that loved our legs and arms very, very, very much. A big THANK YOU goes to the cast and crew for their hard, passionate and enthusiastic work, and to Santiago Salgado for not only letting us to shoot at his auto shop, but also for spending 7 hours of his Sunday just being there.