So, I just read this really interesting article by Joke Silva about why she can never allow movies to be shot in her home. Basically, she talks about the invasive nature of film crews and how they disrupt the natural flow of your home. She even mentions how one time, a crew member used her bathroom and left the toilet seat up – not cool, dude.
But beyond just the inconvenience, Joke Silva also raises some serious concerns about privacy and safety. She talks about how film crews often have access to all areas of your home, and how that can put you at risk for things like theft or even identity theft. And let’s not forget about all those paparazzi shots that could end up online for the entire world to see.
Personally, I can totally relate to Joke Silva’s concerns. One time, I had a film crew come to my house for a shoot, and it was a complete nightmare. They were super demanding, always telling me to move this or that, and they even broke one of my favorite picture frames. Plus, they were there for hours and completely disrupted my entire day.
Overall, I think Joke Silva’s article raises some important points about the invasive nature of film crews and how it can impact your personal privacy and safety. So, if anyone ever asks me to shoot a movie in my home, I’ll definitely think twice before saying yes!