In an emotional Instagram post, the filmmaker said he shot for the film during a "hard" yet "most fulfilling" time in his personal life. It was a hard, hard time in my life and yet the most fulfilling time I've ever had making a movie. The professionalism, talent, compassion and kindness of this cast and crew inspired me every day," he continued. My father died two weeks before we started filming and my dog died two weeks before the end. The professionalism, talent, compassion and kindness of this cast and crew inspired me every day.
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