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I welcome back and now we're going to talk with.
And incredible indie filmmaker and England -- writer director and star of bell flower yes which is finally making its way to audiences but tell us about this project it's been part of your life for so long.
Color -- -- -- doesn't write a film I mean I was calling it's an -- script being greedy drama but the plot I believe you need to.
Oh yeah well it's it's it's it's a love story.
But it's it but it's a very unusual love starved its its its value since it pretends.
But it's sort of -- to friends that are an obsessive almost like apocalypse sort of jokingly so they're building like.
Apocalypse vehicles and like flame throwers and blowing stuff up and then.
And anyone who meets a girl and falls like hardcore love.
And you would sort of follow very closely from almost like his point of view through the whole relationship and answer.
It's like almost like I don't know there's a lot of actions that it's a love story but it's insane.
-- out with planning an action here and now this I saw was somewhat inspired by real events yet -- is it somewhat.
Viewers stories added in there along the -- You or just is it twisted version of my story -- -- yeah I a lot of what their relationship when I was pretty young like where this one case that was both.
The best it has never been through and then second half of it was like that -- in my heart broken in a way I didn't even know.
You know right there right of -- and and I think that while I was doing with that -- it was so intensely the idea and we came and that's what we're gonna.
-- -- and Nanette now let's talk about not only writer director and star but he also we're engineer.
-- -- is out this camera he made a special camera to shoot the film -- Yes other races three had any cameras that -- built to see the movie on.
Two of them are like sort of like aesthetic devices because they have a certain look that gives the movie it's looking and there's a third one that.
It's sort of like a completely unique.
It's electronic -- which I don't know some of our tech savvy enough yet but it's there it's like him into the unique -- -- ever seen an image like.
The -- that -- -- -- Garrett reports it.
That's incredible what in the world.
Yeah and then not only that but he also have a car did you let that they need to do with constructing -- -- a car hit a flame thrower in there -- -- -- -- it is used because do the movie was basically made by me and all my friends.
In Ventura or.
Over the course of years you're working night and so every single part of it.
We felt like we've built all the props which -- like there's some really elaborate insane props and flame thrower to.
In -- custom cars and yet.
Yeah well we have a clip with said flame thrower.
Led -- it'll be right back.
-- -- -- -- -- All right every -- We were the blows up -- and and we're going to be owned by okay.
Did she would have saved his -- I'll do that we'll.
Because men are well perfect but feel much better now.
-- have a look at that and Medusa.
That was pretty incredible let's talk about what that was like for you shooting it because you've experienced it the way they are explains it right he didn't know what was gonna happen yet.
Yes yes who had a mean I mean I'd build the planes are as -- and Paul Edwards and we just -- People on the -- we've double stuff but the flames there was kind of you know we're making the movies so you got a busy always have and areas Nelson and oh.
Crap we have we have we have the flames -- The main thing -- that seems lost -- tomorrow.
You gotta go in and you know any little things problems -- had you try to fix him up last minute and and you end up turning up the pressure kind of higher.
Then it's like you know that's the moment of truth yes so the yet.
Well I'm not afraid of danger stunts to -- a -- yourself Frey yes.
And that now let's talk about the other challenges -- addition to that and I know that a lot of aspiring filmmakers like to hear the road.
That -- to get here now it wasn't easy almost this almost gonna get me right did you starting not Nokia the budget to finish it.
Yet we didn't immediately leaving everybody to -- -- we we basically we -- and try to find funding for odd years and I've been clicking process of a country have because like had a script.
And I finally realized them like I I -- on the I don't have but rich family or anything like that Mike Nolan and just give -- -- it's -- for myself assault you know offends me.
We were like we're gonna just start and we're gonna finish no matter what it takes and then ended -- -- in the many yearlong journey that involve a lot of trials I guess.
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