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Film set stop was fascinating

September 4, 2012 - Bennet Goldstein

I had quite an enjoyable visit to the movie set of “A Place for Heroes” last week in Clutier. What a scene it was to see the behind the scenes work for the film, from guys operating a boom camera, to the table in the dressing room with dozens of pairs of shoes, it was pretty fascinating. It was cool to see all the running around behind the camera by staff getting actors where they need to go. The local people who lined the streets with their cars from the early 1900s made for quite an interesting stretch of road in Clutier. The film is based on a family looking back at the life of a World War II hero after he dies. Let’s hope the finished product is a good one, and I definitely plan to see the movie in the theaters if I can, or catch it on DVD.



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T-R PHOTO BY ANDREW POTTER Actress Samantha Tuffarelli gets her hair worked on prior to a scene for the film "A Place for Heroes" Wednesday night in Clutier.