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Rebel Without a Crew: Or How a 23-Year-Old Filmmaker with $7,000 Became a Hollywood Player Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Four, "Production" Summary

Robert Rodríguez
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Chapter Four, "Production" Summary and Analysis

This chapter gives a detailed account of the shooting of El Mariachi. Rodriguez's entries span from the 31st of July until August 30th of 1991. Scenes with Reinol Martinez, the man who plays Azul, are shot first. The cast and the crew (Rodriguez and Gallardo) have to endure burning temperatures, yet they show great enthusiasm. Because of the heat, Azul forgets to put his jacket back on for one scene, but Rodriguez does not want to re-shoot the scene because he is still trying to conserve film. This movie is supposed to be Rodriguez's practice movie, and he wants to learn from it and make better movies in the future; as a result,he does not seem to care too much about the details. Even when he notices an error, he does not feel the need to re-shoot...

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