I am movie star Tracy Thresher moving my thoughts about being in the movie Wretches and Jabberers Stories from the Road. It was a tremendous experience, to have a camera follow me for hours at a time capturing the real Tracy. It really can be nerve racking too to have people watch your every move and tell you to stop in the middle of a thought or type something again because the camera ran out of film.
When filming the Phil Scott scene the director, Gerry Wurzburg, made Harvey and me walk up and down the Vermont State Capital steps a bunch of times with her camera man shooting several angles. Knowing that she was looking for a certain shot helped, but it was a pain in the butt too!
I learned a lot about movie making, traveling, and meeting new people. I had a great time with my partner-in-crime Larry Bissonnette moving big thoughts and eating great food. By the way, make sure you get good food when making a movie with that you will have good energy and focus for long days of shooting film in the bright lights.