When you're in the middle of production, on a feature film or television series, every day is planned out. That's because every day of production costs money, more money than every day of pre-production or post or any other time in a project's life cycle, so the key is, when you're producing, don't stop. And anything that costs money eventually involve lawyers, who have a few interesting ways to describe cessations in production, most of them vague and elastic enough to require more lawyers – and more billable hours – to sort out...
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