Into the Fire: A Michael Phelan Film [with a little help from me]

I received a post­card in the mail the oth­er day from Into the Fire, the flick I worked on in NYC a cou­ple of years back. Turns out it showed from Sep­tem­ber 23 through Octo­ber 6 at Landmark’s Sun­shine Cin­e­ma on East Hous­ton. I got the post­card post fac­to. Oth­er­wise I might have been able to force you NYC friends of mine to go watch it. You could have told me whether Sean Patrick Flanery’s per­for­mance was as wood­en as it seemed from my side of the cam­era. It is quite creepy to see the sets I worked on through a lens of spec­ta­tor­ship instead of art depart­ment mule. Man that was a fun two months. Now I’ve got to scrounge up access to the movie, and find a DVD of it some­time. Maybe I’m cred­it­ed, but I doubt it. It is get­ting okay reviews on by the aver­age joe’s at IMDb. Not so good on Rot­ten Toma­toes. Hell, just Google it, there is plen­ty of stuff to read…