We are in the final days of our new edit of NINE ROCKS. People are waiting to see it. Many people.
Sales agents, tv-stations – postproduction people, musicians – everyone who will be a vital part of the finishing the film
are waiting to see the new cut.
The editors are working. I know this. They must be finished by next week if we are to make the deadline.
I trust them.
They showed me nothing, except a list of the scenes. And a promise: “We have the whole film here”.
Then they showed me the list.
On a brown paper bag, hastily written while they were sitting in a cafe across the street.
But I trust them. I know they will make the deadline, and I know it will be great.
A producer’s job is never dull, because you never know what you will be presented with. But work with people you trust and all
will be great at the end, right?