Final day - extra #1
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Behind the scenes
Setting up the "home" studio for Final Day part one:
Today's location shot required a team of helpers:
Of course, outdoor location work posed additional problems and traumas for those involved, from incredibly scary creatures:
to terrifying cliff edges:
and all under the baking sunshine.
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|Gavin Wraith, 10th July 2015, 13:03|
Rick's Film Studios? The first shot leads the eye into gorgeous countryside. I love old trackways. Your caste appears to be oblivious of its good fortune to be in such lovely scenery.
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