Juno Temple and Kate Winslet are spotted on the set of Woody Allen’s 1950s Untitled Project filming at the Coney Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn, New York.
With each day, it’s like a little bit more of the story being told here gets revealed. Yesterday’s shoot looked like a proposal scene gone wrong and today we find out that Kate and Juno are playing waitresses and co-workers.
There were some question and discussion in previous posts as to whether the details of these costumes are on point for the period and place. Speaking as people who had relatives there and then, a lot of this stuff looks like the backgrounds of old family photos to our eyes. In other words, yes, it’s on point for a certain time, place and class. It appears that most of these characters are playing somewhat slovenly working class people with perhaps not the most refined tastes of the period. Mad Men this is not. No one’s supposed to look magazine cover-ready or even like people who would aspire to such things.
[Photo Credit: FAMEFLYNET PICTURES, Eric Kowalsky/PacificCoastNews]
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