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markpkessinger Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-09-11 06:59 PM
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177. If you want to talk about "disruption" . . .
. . . Let me tell you how "disruptive" to city residents film and television crews can be. I have lived in NYC for nearly thirty years. About fifteen years ago, the city relaxed its restrictions on film crews, granting substantially more permits to film on city streets. It is not uncommon to walk out of the front door of one's apartment building to find that the entire block is now a film set. And if you happen to be leaving your building, or coming home, just the crew is filming a scene, too bad for you, you have to wait until the end of the take. And you have to contend with the trailers for cast and crew, cables all over the place, etc. So frankly, I'm not too concerned if a set is disrupted.
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