I'd like to thank for all support.
This movie is a passion project and I learned the hard way that sometimes passion and trust is not enought. When your sound engineer quits one week before shooting just bacouse, You learn the hard way, (in post production) that pointing mics downward while characters walk and talk is not a good idea. That actor who send You txt one hour before reahersal that he can't make the movie, bacouse he got job as an accountant and he goes and do theatre play instead wasn't trustworthy (even that You knew him for years) etc.
I am not explaining my self, as I am happy with Predator: Celtic Days as it was very good learning experiance and opened a lot of doors and I have met fantastic people.
Simply I'm just saying that not everything was in my hands and since we did best we could on that time, I'm proud of Celtic Days as a lot of hard work from many people went into it.
So one more time cheer for you support, constuctive critisism and for those who thinks that movie was shit.
You can't have it all...