Pale Blue Light: Webisode 2

As I watch the final product of the club scene in “Pale Blue Light,” I am immediately taken back to that night in Dumbo. I remember walking into the packed venue, feeling like a top dog with a spotlight shining on me. It was my first time on set, and my ego was running rampant. But as the night progressed, I quickly realized that there was so much more to acting than I had ever anticipated. Eddy, the mastermind behind the pilot, had created a character loosely based on my real personality, making it easy for me to “act my part” with little professional training. And with JD by my side, we were ready to take on the “club scene” with all we had. As we filmed throughout the night, I paid attention to every part of the production, taking mental notes on how I could one day produce a film series of my own. Eddy guided me through the process, giving life to his creation and those involved. But what I remember most vividly about that night was the car prank. During one of the scenes, they abandoned the set and never yelled action. It was hilarious at the time, and looking back, it still brings a smile to my face. It was just another reminder that filmmaking, while serious business, should also be fun. As the scene played out, we run into some thugs inside the club, and then faced them again outside, I can’t help but feel proud of what we accomplished. It wasn’t just about the final product, but the journey we took to get there. And for me, it was another step in my everlasting artistic pursuit of global domination.

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