You Wouldn’t Like Him When He’s Angry! October 22, 2007Posted by William J. Meyer in Jack's Production.
Yesterday, straight from the paintball field of combat, Matt performed his ADR session. As always, Matt brought along his much-welcomed reservoir of high-spirits. This session had little-to-none of the cinématic-angst of my first ADR experience. I must have loosened up a bit. I also discovered that Matt can do an uncanny, spot-on recreation of a very upset Lou Ferrigno. It was awesome. I swear I could almost hear Joseph Harnell‘s wistful piano playing “The Lonely Man.” Made me teary-eyed, it did.
Running the audio board this time was none other than Chung, my younger brother (see bottom picture). It’s too bad that he couldn’t have played a larger role on the film, but I was glad to have him for the ADR session. Since our days running around the Navarino woods with a camcorder, we’ve been forging short films of a somewhat peculiar bent. We haven’t worked together in quite a bit, so it was nice to boss him around again.