Directing Debut Left Washington In Pain27 December 2007
Directing Debut Left Washington In Pain
The Oscar winner realised he was in over his head during the first week of shooting Antwone Fisher - and had to call for medical help.
He recalls, "The fear of the unknown is paralysing. I mean I had to go to a chiropractor about a week out because I was freaking out.
"I sat down with the cinematographer... and said, `Where do we put the camera?' and he said, 'Well, I dunno.'"
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