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Make Your Movie by Barbara Freedman Doyle

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Chapter 22

After the Smoke Clears

THE POLITICS OF WRAP

It’s the last day of production. The final scene has been shot. The Assistant Director shouts “Thanks for a great day!” for the final time. The actors are released, removing their makeup and costumes, and the crew is loading equipment onto trucks. Everybody is bone weary and happy to go hug their goodbyes and go home.

Most of them will be back the next day. Wrapping a production involves the returning of all rentals, which will presumably be intact. But if there are lost or damaged items, the production is obligated to repair or replace them. Anything that can be sold off is, even for ten cents on the dollar, unless there is the suspicion that additional re-shoots might be necessary once ...

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