We have less than six months to cast the film, rehearse, find the space, build the set, arrange accommodation, import the right gear, lights, lenses and equipment, do tests, find a crew, coordinate everybody, rewrite scenes, sort out the money and draw up contracts. The jobs we would do between us would have been done in average-budget films by, wait !– - at least 50 people.
On top of that both Paul and I had our day jobs.
But we knew this was going to be an extraordinary year and that if we ever wanted to pursue our dreams, we could not wait for the right time. There’s never a right time for anything. You make the time right. If you want something so bad, you make it happen. Against all odds.