As I would realize later, it can be very hard to take things seriously when you refuse to leave your comfort zone. People will generally rise to the occasion. If you give them no example to follow, they won't be inspired to give you very much back. When production of "The Clockmaker" was winding down, I talked with Ian about what I wanted to do next. With "The Clockmaker" we had to rehearse actors, secure locations, borrow cars, buy props and equipment, and wake up early on the days we were shooting. We both thought it would be nice to try something where the parts were written for actors our age and set in a very basic setting. The script suffers from being extremely pretentious and laden with Catholic overtones about guilt. It was meant to be a companion piece that fits between "The Clockmaker" & "Antidote Seven" all dealing with sin and conscience. Although it was eventually edited, it is the only Ten Sundays Production to have never been screened publically. As with "Dromedary", it was worth doing for the exercise and we did capture some interesting images.

 

 

 

GONE THE WAY OF THE BUFFALO (2005)

WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY PAUL BUSETTI

PRODUCED BY PAUL BUSETTI & IAN ALBETSKI

THE TRUTH BEHIND A DIBILITATING TRAGEDY IS REVEALED WHEN TWO SETS OF CHILDHOOD FRIENDS REUINITE.

 





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