From November 1-3, the local all-weather pool will be turned into a backdrop for the production of the feature film “Full House.”
“For regular guests, the pool doors will remain closed for this period,” says Werner Ulrich of the all-weather pool and begins explaining how the pool was chosen as the film it was filmed in the first place. “I was contacted by the company producing the movie and then it all happened very quickly,” says Ulreich. After a few discussions, he automatically agreed that all-weather pool photography would be possible and on the same day someone from the production company came and took a look at the conditions on location.
“Three days later, several people from the company came and already had the script with them. They really liked the all-weather pool ”, Werner Ulrich smiles with satisfaction. After a shooting date was found, there was nothing standing in the way of them working together. “They were amazed at my spontaneity,” Ulrich adds.
According to him, filming will be a “big story”. “The whole thing takes a lot of work, for sure there will be about 30 people from the production company, 30-40 actors and an extra,” Ulreich explains of the shooting days.
By the way, anyone who wants to take part in the filming has a good chance to play with him, since additions are still being sought. (More information in the information box).
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