The sun, the sand, the surf, the palms, the … snow-capped mountains!
As previewed here yesterday, the crew of the movie “Ira Finkelstein’s Christmas” indeed showed up today to shoot at Alki Beach – and brought the perfect props to fulfill what they’d told neighbors, that Alki would be doubling for Florida. Pull back the shot a little, of course, and the palm’s pot is revealed:
And somebody had to cart ‘em around:
The crew was packing up by late morning:
Notices handed out to neighbors said they’re expecting to be back Monday; they’ve been shooting elsewhere around the city/region too, with Leavenworth playing the role of “Christmastown, Washington” – here’s a “rough cut” clip we found online:
Our story from yesterday explains what they’re doing in Seattle and why Florida figures into the plot.
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