I’ve been a total basket case since I left set of #Parallels. Dr. Leslie Nellson is officially wrapped. And I cried the whole way home.
I am SO PROUD to be part of this amazing project with the Arts for Autism Foundation of Pittsburgh. This movie is written by, directed, crewed & stars autistic teens & young adults. I can honestly say that this is one of the best scripts I’ve ever read, like in the top 2.
My scene partners, Sam Tornabene & Joe Hnath, are nothing short of amazing. Joe, 17, is autistic. Sam, 16, is not. After every take, I literally just stared at them like wow. SO TALENTED. JUST UNBELIEVABLE. I said a few words (at least I tried to) after we wrapped. I ugly cried. Could not hold it together. These two came over & hugged me so tight. I completely lost it. Love these guys so much.
When I read the script, I knew I wanted to be a part of this project. When I auditioned & met the team, I confirmed it. What was so different, what makes me so emotional, what is so special about this production? Their passion, drive & motivation is so inspiring. Thank you so much for the opportunity. I love you guys, I hope to work with you again soon & I expect to see great things from you!! P. S.
Actors, if you get the opportunity to work with this group, DO IT. It’ll change your life. #act #actor #actors #actress #actresses #movie #movies #onset #itsawrap #wrapped #setlife #actorslife #actorlife #autism
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