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scene from all sorts of different angles, and he just has the ability to do that. ScoreBoard: Through the course of this film, did you ever tried noodle fishing and how did you get Keri Russell to do that? TBN: I’ve done nearly every type of fishing imaginable but I’ve never noodled. And the reason I’ve never noodled is I didn’t want to end up getting bit by a water moccasin. I’m just too afraid of snakes. Getting Keri Russell to do that was about the easiest chore I had on this movie. She had a great attitude about it. She and Edward were fantastic together. You dream as an actor’s director of being able to let moments breathe in two-shots. One of my favorite moments in this movie is just letting the camera sit on Keri and Edward on that porch when he tries to kiss her. It goes on for several minutes, and I never had to cut to a close up. They are just so exquisite together. ScoreBoard: Did acting and directing simultaneously make it easier are harder to direct the film? TBN: I’ve never acted before in one of the movies I’ve directed. This felt like the time to do it. The movie itself is such a platform for the lead actor, it’s really written for an exciting performance and it really depends on the audience watching an extraordinary actor have a great time pulling off this feat. It made sense to me as a director to act in support of that and to be around as a sidekick to help both characters out of certain problems. ScoreBoard: What did it mean for you to make this movie? TBN: This movie has everything I love in it. Classics, my home state, philosophy, literature -and orthodontists. You know, even my wife and two of my children are in it as actors. And because I love the source material so much, it was really easy to write. And a delight to direct because I had people like Edward to elevate the material, and surprising me with their interpretations of all of this stuff that is so close to me. This was really a lot of fun.

By JIM SANDERS PGA Golf Professional Gentle Creek Golf Club

GOLF TIP

APRIL

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