The casting was a bit hard, seeing that the two people who were supposed to play the leads were, later on, by me fired. Unfortunately I felt that they did not care for it as much as I did and therefore I preferred to not work with them at all.
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The staff was composed of Váczi Zsombor, my director of photography (look up his blog The Watermelon Man's Blog here or his YouTube channel here!). Without him I would be lost, as my talents in the technology department are quite limited as far as cameras go. The same goes for Halák András László, my photographer. He was also forced to play the part of Paris, seeing that in height he was perfect for Orsolya, not to mention that he is completely different than our Romeo, so he enhanced the dividing factor between the two leads. (to see András' photos taken on the set click here!). My first assistant was Kadosa Nikolett, without whom I wouldn't dare starting to film! She has appeared in all of my works, either in front of or behind the camera. Lastly my second assistant was Váczi Kincső, who joined us after Nikolett had to leave. I am grateful to her as well.
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