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As an actor with a small part in the Mark Zampella directed sci-fi feature, One Minute/60 Seconds, I was invited to the premiere screening of the film. I was delighted to find out it was to be held at The Starlite Room, a 1960’s New York “Supper Club” style venue, so I could dress up accordingly!

My co-star, Katharina Daue, and lead in the film, was not so delighted to get the invite.

Kat is very comfortable on camera, and it’s really cool to see a such a quiet person bring a character to life once you turn a camera on her. But to watch herself on screen she absolutely hates. And this film was 85% Kat! So, for this evening, we spent 85% of it trying to keep the star from escaping!

Press play on the video above to see how Kat almost gets away with using her twin sister as a decoy in a very classic Hollywood twist.

Retro couch at the Starlite Room

The Starlite Room has really cool lighting & decor that makes you feel like you stepped out to dinner in a Mad Men episode. Photo by James Bixby

Kat was a great sport. Follow her on Instagram for more of her adventures as an actor & model.

Kat & I outside of the Starlite

Kat & I outside of the Starlite

With Director of the film, Mark Zampella

With Director of the film, Mark Zampella

 

 

 

If you like this, you might want to check out my day on set filming for this movie!