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TO WATCH MITSUYUKI MASUHARA MOVIES There were three main rules: Any communication between the filmmakers and the characters were forbidden;The filmmakers had the right to come at any time, day or night, and shoot anything that is not behind closed doors, the heroes must continue to talk or perform actions, regardless of the arrival of filmmakers and start shooting. I recently asked Leytermana about the shooting.It turned out that the trust Edwards to the operator, their confidence in his tact and competence outweighed all the rules. Heavy, violent quarrels, when Billy sling Antoinette from home - yes, it was.Billy and Antoinette are going to make love - operator removes affection, but the camera is switched off as soon as they disappear into the bedroom. Rules do not make that difficult, but they must comply with a degree of caution. Even get permission to shoot at any time, anywhere, you need to use common sense.In 1963, Robert Drew, Ricky Leacock and Pennebaker Don Kennedy got permission to film the confidential meetings. In fact, Kennedy has given filmmakers free access to all sessions, but that's what told Leacock criticism O'Connell: Pennebaker noticed that sometimes the President began to glance at the camera.Penny then stopped shooting. Because if you do not, the President in a few minutes to say "Stop." Then we will have the re-shoot. Have to ask permission of the President. If the operator stayed on her own, then he could again turn on the camera, when he wants.