Day 6 (April 13, 2013)

On Day 6, we filmed with Mesfin Sinke, director of 2010’s San Francisco set film, Winta. The film is the first Tigrinya language feature made in the United States. He’s a humble guy so he probably won’t tell you that, but it’s a pretty big deal.

Anyway after completing the day’s scenes, our crew’s attention was quickly hijacked by a ridiculous infomercial channel feature that was using hula dancers and the limbo to sell a flexible vacuum.

Damn you, Sonic Clean. I hate your ad but remember your product.

Highlights of the day:

  • visiting Land’s End National Park

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