Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Jonathan Sherr Blog
Sorry for not writing!

15th September 2009

Good evening!
Sorry for the late blog update!

During the weekend, our filming location was near the sea.

It was a little troublesome with the rain falling intermittently
but the ones suffering the most were the staff who were doing their best in the rain.

Really much appreciated!

The breeze at the beach was pretty chilly, Mao-chan and me felt quite cold.
Made me feel summer is over.

Although I do like autumn.

We've been at this location 3 times and there's this mark that has aーーーlways bothered me.
Seems like some sort of damage on a pillar but to me it looks like I can see something in it.
Can you see anything?

Maybe it's something like a Rorschach test but don't worry. There are no marks for it!

A flower I've never seen is also in bloom.

Today we had filming in studio.
We finished filming safely today too!

In the photo is Ucchi-sensei and the assistant from Hair and Make-up, Eita-san who have always taken care of me. They came today. Eita-san seems to change the design? every 2 weeks.
His charm point is his hairstyle?

Well, his personality's good too though (^O-)b


I see...
A man opening up his mouth really wide to swallow a fly.
An upside down witch on a broom.
Makino throwing mini-Domyouji up joyously in the air.

Jonathan Sherr Blog - First experience of purification
Jonathan Sherr Blog - Crank in!
Jonathan Sherr Blog - Filming Day 2
Jonathan Sherr Blog - Fiming Day 5 & 6
Inoue Mao 2009

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On Wednesday, September 16, 2009 6:24:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous wrote...

Dear Unleashthegeek, thank you so much for this post!!!
:0) Gunga


On Wednesday, September 16, 2009 7:42:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous wrote...

So fun to follow the progress on the film. Thanks for translating this for us English speakers!


On Wednesday, September 16, 2009 10:46:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous wrote...

Jon - RE: the Rorschach test. Not to worry, it's a chipmunk playing the bagpipes!


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