We did our final shot for Rage of Innocence the other day. It was our last day of 2nd unit photography where a young Raven is whisked away by the police, which is part of a flashback sequence in the movie. Once again, longtime associate of Pirromount, Craig Bassuk manned the camera, and his daughter Jessica portrayed the 10 year old Raven Pirromount actor Bill Devlin worked his magic and once again got us access to the police car.
This was Craig’s 3rd day working on our movie. He has distinguished himself as the ‘director of flashbacks’ although I doubt that will be his official title.
Bill Devlin was a great asset to this film since he knows someone who collects numerous police cars, ranging from vintage 1940s to contemporary times.
He also has other cars, like the one driven by Charles Manson, Al Capone and the original Adam-12 car.
So now that we’re done with all the photography, editing and most of the post production work, the only thing left to do is a tiny bit of looping and the music score. We recently lost our original composer and are listening to a few others. We will make a decision on who we will go with soon and then put the music in, create the Dolby 5.1 mix, maybe have one or two test screenings, and we can put this baby to bed. It was a fun production to work on and we had a great cast and crew. It’s been a wonderful experience for us all.