Over the past couple of months while I was sporting a beard as Baron Skanskorg in Undermain Theatre’s production of Strindberg’s The Ghost Sonata, I was privileged to work with independent filmmaker Paul Csige on his new film, Once is Enough, a comedy/fantasy about finding one’s way in modern America. The production wrapped principle photography last week and Paul wasted no time in cutting together a trailer in time for the wrap party hosted yesterday. Here is a peak at good things to come:
The film follows John Everman, recently divorced and reluctant to start over. On a beer run, John’s car suddenly breaks down in front of a warehouse run by Bob, an out-of-work Wizard. John sees an opportunity to get his old life back by trying out new ones. Bob gives John new lives and he’s swept away on adventures as other people but will they give him the life he truly wants?
In addition to the trailer, an extended clip featuring snippets of all the actors involved with the production was shown as well. I was quite delighted to find so many actors I know and with whom I have worked involved in this film.
Once is Enough is scheduled to complete post by the end of summer 2013.