The morning/afternoon shoot went surprisingly well. We arrived on time and started with the 'wedding scene' where Hosea carries Andrea into the house on the day of their wedding. Far from the rain I had been expecting, the sun was out and it was roasting hot. We had to use an umbrella to shield the camera in order to see the monitor.
I tried a few techniques to get different expressions as the actors walked towards the house together. Because there is no dialogue in some ways it was easier because I could tell them to talk about something that had nothing to do with just being married ("tell each other your favourite film") which sounds ridiculous but it automatically loosened them up (they had only just met) and relaxed them because it's something they feel confident to talk about. And it came through on camera. We caught some really lovely moments in the 'lift' where he carries her over the thresh-hold.