I am just about to put up a new section to a story but i thought that I would write this first. I am a digusted by the US remarks coming from Guantanamo Bay refering to the suicides that have just taken place as a “PR” campaign. The people who have made these comments, and the government that upholds them (whatever they might say) are beyond contempt. But then what else should we expect from those who build a case for war on lies and deceit, from a president who is a murderer? How can those relgious fools that were so torn by the death of Terri Schiavo, a vegatable, so easily dismiss the lives of three healthy people, held with no hope of a trial and in contravention of the Geneva Convention? So there really is no sanctity of human life…
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I’m back from filming MINE, my first feature film. Many thanks to the cast and crew for making it such an enjoyable experience. We managed to film through some pretty harsh weather, which miraculously seemed to changed to suit the script.
Well now that I am back I can do some writing so some material will be appearing soon. Until then here are some stills from the movie. The premise of the film is that on their way to cover a breaking story in a nearby village, a small western TV news-team and their two guides, local militiamen, find that they have walked into a minefield. The night is pitch black. Somewhere in the shadows the bombers are hiding; waiting to shoot whoever stumbles into their trap. Unable to move, and forced to speak in whispers, the journalists and their brandy-drinking militiamen spend an uneasy time together until one of the drunken guides steps onto a mine.
The photos feature Nick Ewans, Thoebe Soteriades, who play the two journalists John Powell and Anna Keane, and their two militia guides Dragan played by Laurentiu Possa and Jokic, the character dying in the image above, is played by Aleksander Mikic.
Just click below to see the images.