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What have you seen while walking past a neighbor’s window?

Here is one that has haunted me for a while.Several years ago I worked night shift pulling orders and loading trucks. We started around 5 pm and would finish up anywhere between 9 pm to 12 am. I would call a friend when work was almost over and he would meet me at my house when I got home. Both of us suffered insomnia and we would take walks to pass the night time. From my house we had two different loops we would walk, a 3 mile and a 6 mile loop. Both of these loops ended at different trailer parks, we’d walk a loop through the park and return.On one particular night we fixed up a couple of “cigarettes” for the walk and headed out for a 6 mile loop. For some reason as we enjoyed a smoke I veered down the first part of the loop for the 3 mile loop. I don’t remember anything other than something pulling me in that direction. Since we never really had a specific plan other than walking and smoking my friend just turned and walked along.We’re talking and walking, laughing at whatever we were talking about when I heard something that sounded like screaming. I couldn’t tell if it was male or female, but by the sound of it something bad was going on.We keep walking and I hush my friend who did not hear it, so that I could try to pinpoint what I heard and where it came from. We keep walking along the trailers when I hear again the muffled sounds of struggle. We walk by one particular trailer that had a sliding glass door and a small deck in the front.I stop and stare at that door for a long minute. You can see silhouettes of furniture through the door like there is a light on the other side of the room splashing their shadows on the sheet hanging over the door. As I’m staring and my friend passes me the smoke, we both hear the sounds of struggle and see a smaller figure followed by a larger one. The smaller one falls to the floor, and we see the larger shadow raise an arm with what appears to be a belt or something in their hand.Whap, whap, whap, whap we see the arm come down multiple times and hear the smacks of contact. The smaller figure tries curling up in a ball or fetal position while the blows continued to rain down.In a second the shock of what I was seeing wore off, and I saw red. No one deserved that, absolutely no one. I pull my friend down the road a little and start looking for a good size rock. I find one and turn and throw it towards the trailer, hoping to distract and buy the person some time. It hits the top of the trailer loudly and we duck down in the ditch.I pull out my cell phone and call the police as we watch the sheet pull away from the door and someone look out. I give the police the address and tell them someone is being hurt; their help was needed immediately.As we watch the person pull away from the door and watch their shadow tower over the smaller one again I waited to see that arm raise again. After a minute it went up, and so did another rock. It hit the side again before the arm could come down and I swore to myself that I would not let that person get hit again if I had to distract the person all night.At that point we see headlights turn into the park followed by two more sets of headlights. The person at the door came out to see what was hitting their trailer as three deputy sheriff's pulled up beside his trailer and parked on the road.My friend and I were a couple of hundred feet down the road, so we watched as the police went up to the person and started looking around, with a couple going inside to look. To my shock they seemed like they saw nothing, no urgency in their actions.We started walking back towards them, not understanding why they weren’t helping whoever was in there being beaten. We hear them laugh along with the guy that had came out and the two officers that had went in came out.Hearing something about a “false call” we walk a little closer and one of the deputies see us and starts his car and cruises up to where we are. He gets out all smiles and before he can say anything I tell him I’m glad he came up there because I was the one who called. His smile drops as I tell him what we saw, my friend nodding his confirmation. I tell him I don’t care what that guy says, there is someone in there that had been horribly beaten and there was no way they could have come out.The deputy immediately radios his partners as they were about to get in their cars and go and tells them he has witnesses to an assault in that trailer. The guy at their car tells them they searched the house, there is no one there but him and the kid. One of them tells the guy to sit tight while the other goes in and does a more thorough search.All of of sudden we hear “found her, found her, dispatch medical to so and so address”. Three things happened simultaneously at those words, the guy turned getting ready to run, the outside deputy reached and locked his fingers in the guys collar, and the deputy with us turned and ran towards the trailer. It was like a movie, the guy’s legs took off running but his collar was held fast by the deputy, his legs went up parallel to the ground and he came down hard on his back.As the guy was twisting and rolling on the ground trying to get away, the other deputy made it back and with a flying leap that would have done Jordan proud landed on top of the guy ending all attempts at trying to get away. I pull the keys out of the cops car and lock his door and walk back down to the trailer.As they put the guy in handcuffs and keep him on the ground the inside officer comes out with a figure wrapped in a blanket. Turns out it was the guys 17 year old girlfriend, a tiny girl, and they had found her cowering in a closet with a baby.My friend and I saw everything was handled now and slowly backed out of there. As soon as we were out of view we retrieved a few things that we had hidden and lit one up, and walked a double loop that night without saying anything.We saw lots of things on those walks, but that one always stands out. I’ll never forget the rage, fear, shame, and helplessness that I felt that night as we watched. We didn’t have any weapons, we didn’t know what was in the trailer or how many people. We had stuff on us that is now legal in a lot of places, but was not here and still is not legal in NC. I was scared to go up to that trailer, any number of scenarios running through my head. Although once we had seen the assault taking place we had stopped any more from happening, the fact I did not run up to the trailer and help someone is one of the biggest regrets in my life. I have four sisters. A real man protects those who need it, not beats them.Edit, one last time. Lots of comments have pointed out that I did not cover the keys to the officer’s car in this. Once the officers had the guy subdued the one turned and started to run back up to his car. I met him halfway and handed him the keys and told him it was locked. So he did get his keys back. Thanks to all who pointed out that error.Edit, I want to thank everyone for the extremely kind comments regarding this. I’ve never really looked at it as some of you have and your words mean a lot. You’ve given me a different viewpoint. Thank you.04/06/2019… I never expected this to get the amount of views and upvotes that it has. Thank you to everyone that has read it, to those that have upvoted it, and those that have commented helping me heal. Words cannot express the thanks that I feel for your contributions.

What does a typical day on a movie set look like (for an actor)?

Actors can bake in the desert sun for 12 hours shooting Star Wars.Freeze in Canadian winters or Finland shooting Star Wars.Be dumped into a studio tank while shooting Star Trek the Voyage Home.Sprayed with water that supposed to be rain.They might be asked to stand on the roof of a 30 story building.They might have to walk up fire escape stairs.The might have to walk across grated metal catwalks 30 feet off the ground. And if it’s close shots that aren’t stunt players, that’s actors.Makeup and wardrobe call at 5:30 or 6 am. On the set by 7 am. Sitting as they light the Stand-ins. Then around 8 am the Actors replace the stand-in and do their scene over and over for various takes.Stand-ins return so they light and frame the close shots.Then the actors return and do their whole scenes all over again with the SAME hand moves, head moves and vocal inflections.If they screw up the Script Supervisor finks on them to the director and they have to shoot it again.They break for lunch around 11 or 11:30. If they are in the studio they walk to the commissary and buy lunch, covering their clothes with an apron to prevent stains. If they are on the location they may eat standing or in their chairs or take it to their trailer. Same thing with commissary food. Some actors take it to their trailer.I saw pictures of Shatner and Nimoy on first season Star Trek holding paper plates that were bowed slightly, standing or sitting on pillars and eating with plastic forks.Back at 12:30 or so. Stand ins get lighted for the next scene which takes place on the same set (they try to schedule SETS for each shooting day. The Star Trek bridge set might see two days shooting. Ten Forward one day shooting. Hallways are used for all locations with different props, different extras. One day of shooting. Locations maybe two to four days of shooting. Another new set for one or two days shooting.Shooting starts around 2 pm. Same as before. Different angles. Actors sit, Stand in get lighted.It’s another day, but on the same set. Different crew members maybe. We work until 6 pm and break for dinner.Fridays and Saturdays that might end the day (no dinner).The rest of the week it’s work until 9, 10, 11 pm (after a 6 am set call).They have to get 5–7 minutes of usable footage in the can each of the 8 shooting days on a TV show.Movies move slower. 2–4 minutes of usable footage a day. Some days NO useable footage.Set call could also be 6 pm and you’re there til 8 or 9 am the next morning.As one director told me: I can shoot the close-up scenes for this night shot in full sunlight if I had to.First on the set or location typically is:The Teamsters. The grips. The First Assistant Director. The Production manager. The Director of Photography. The Gaffer and set electrician. The lighting Techs. The Line Producer. Maybe the director.The teamsters haul out the grip trucks and trailers as required.The director shows up by the time the set or location has been “set up” with the camera on the tripod or dolly and all the grip equipment out and lined up.Make up, hair and wardrobing arrives and gets ready.Stand ins arrive and stand around.Actors arrive shortly there after for wardrobe and makeup.The director consults with the Director of Photography and they decide where to stage and shoot the first. The Assistant Director listens in and then instrcuts the grips. camera grips, lighting techs where to place things.The Director and Director of Photography work with the electricians and lighting people to set up the lights.The Director of Photography sets up the camera. The director approves the basic shot. The stand ins are brought in to light and set focus.When they are ready the Director lets the Assistant know and the Assistant Director goes off and Fetches the Actors from Makeup or their trailers and dressing rooms.“SET CALL!”The shooting day starts.Last to leave are the teamsters who take away the grip trucks, honeywagons and trailers.Before this the Grips loaded up everything.Before that the camera crew, sound crew and lighting crew boxed up their equipment. Sound tech rolled cable. Electricians rolled their cables. They are set on the floor or flat beds so the Grips can load all this into the 18 wheeler grip trucks.The Assistant Director supervises load out and maybe has the time sheets.The Unit Production Manager may also have the time sheets.The second Assistant Director has tomorrows CALL sheet.All of them go back to the studio. Second Assistant sees that the sheet is photocopied and sent to all key crew and actors.UPM or First Assistant sign out the teamsters after the trucks are put to bed.The UPM or First Assistant delivers the Time Sheets to the Production Office.This can also be done by the Line Producer who IS FLAT RATE not hourly. UPM and Assistants are hourly and get overtime.The time sheets say how many hours each ACTOR, and each CREW MEMBER worked.These determine weekly pay at the end of the week, unless the actor or crew member was only used for one day (like a Steadicam operator or day player).Now everyone is allowed to go home.Actors have already left. Director left before the Actors left for home as he didn’t have to change costumes.Actors did 12–14 hours.Crew did 14 solid hours.Director may have only done 12 or 13 hours.Unit Production Manager and First Assistant Director supervises and directs load-in and load-out working with Key union people.All the teamsters do is drive the trucks there and back. They hitch ride back to the studio.Teamsters may only work 8 hour shifts, so a different set of drives loads in and another set loads out.Grips stay until the trucks are loaded and doors closed. Once the trucks pull out GRIPS, Camera Crew, Lighting, Sound, can all leave and they report to the UPM or AD or Line Producer for the time sheet.They may only do 13 1/2 hours.If the teamsters are staff, they don’t get logged by the UPM, AD or Line Producer, but a voucher is sent from the studio Teamsters department to the Production Manager to pay for the hours worked, generally 2–4 or a minimum of 4.Time sheet copies are sent to the unions.The Production Account logs them all in on the books.At the end of the work week (Friday or Saturday) the sheets are sent to payroll services to cut everyone checks or direct deposits.Stars, Director, Line Producer, Producers are NOT included in this payroll accounting. They are ABOVE the line and handed directly by the Studio, Network or Production Company. Sometimes the Composer and Director of Photography are also “exempt” and handled by the main office.Only the day players, extras, crew that comprize “below the line” workers are covered by the Production Manager, AD, Line Producer and Payroll Accounting.

Who was the rudest celebrity you’ve met?

I’ve worked with a few.Honestly, the rudest celebrity I ever met was Bill Cosby. This was back in the 80′s, on a sweltering summer day in the Catskills, on the shoot for a Jello pudding commercial with a western theme.Cosby didn’t talk to or make eye contact with anyone… his handler declared he would be done at 4 pm. And exactly at 4 pm (in mid-take), he just stopped and walked to his trailer … his handler then stated “Mr. Cosby will allow exactly 20 minutes for autographs”. He came out of his trailer after changing out of wardrobe, while a group of the kids featured in the commercial crowded around. After exactly 20 minutes, about half the group had gotten autographs, maybe. The rest were left holding blank sheets of paper looking dejected while he wordlessly got into a towncar and drove away.Also, I came out of a meeting with DeNiro one day, stepped into the elevator and found myself riding down with Spike Lee… Lee was a gentleman, DeNiro was kind of an asshole.Some of the sweetest celebrities I’ve worked with were Alan Arkin, Rick Moranis, Johnny Depp, Tim Daly, Annette Benning, Shaquille Oneal, Winona Ryder, Keanu Reeves, and Lloyd Bridges. All of them just awesome people, celebrity or no celebrity.

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