Okay, technically, he's not even really DONE, he's just done shooting. So the part he was most involved in is over. And he can tell me that all he wants, but I'm of two minds. Dude. You're DONE. You can be home now and not catering to your other wives' needs (his editor, his producer, his cinematographer). I've had to share my husband's attentions long enough! And then, a bit more forcefully... Are you KIDDING? You will never be done with this project. This is your baby, your first and your biggest. You will hover over the editor's back (as he does his own movie, mind you) until YOU may as well edit the damn thing. You'll foley and find a kickin' soundtrack better than when you had to do our wedding. You'll fundraise to send this thing to festivals and you'll brag to all your family about how AWESOME it looks. 'Cuz it does. It may not have hit you that shooting is done (all two weekends and 66+ hours of it), but I am personally gearing up for another step in the long process of film-making: post-production. Here's to making it through to the thesis showing in April.
Sunday, December 9, 2012
This Thesis is Done
Mr. E keeps telling me he can't believe that he's done with his thesis.