A short day today, in Great Malvern Cemetery. The key scene which marks the beginning of the film’s final act has been in my head for the last two and a half years, so I was quite annoyed when the weather kept going grey. Then it poured. Then it got all nice and sunny. So very poor continuity, then. Still we did, as Dave says, “the mother of all low angle tracking shots”. I sent him off to buy more 41mm waste pipe for the tracking dolly to run on, and we did a lovely long track at just above ground level, with lots of gravestones parallaxing across frame. In fact, today was the day of the tracks, as we also managed a rather nice one tracking around LJ with the stormy clouds in the background. We finished an hour and a half late. I really need to tighten my film-making belt.