Sunday, September 1, 2013

Video: Vincent D'Onofrio and Robert Downey Jr dance at Wrap celebration


Thanks to Alice Cabrini



Vincent D'Onofrio dances with Janusz Kaminski and Robert Downey dances with Wife

8/31/13: Posted by Sandra Jack Shaw
This was a wrap day celebration on set of The Judge. Award winning cinematographer Janusz Kaminski was surprised with a Polish polka band by the Director David Dobkin, actors Robert Downey Jr., Vincent Donofrio and crew. Most of us background actors had worked a minimum of 8 days on this set, so we also enjoyed a chance to cut loose and dance a mean polka! Missing from the dance floor are Robert Duvall, Billy Bob Thornton, Ken Howard and Dax Shepard.
The experience of working on this set is one I will NEVER forget. The crew was so professional and the chance to personally witness them in action under the direction of Kaminski and Dobkin was a gift beyond being in the same scenes with Downey, Duvall, Thornton, Howard and Shepard.





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9 comments:

Sandy said...

Looks like everyone is having a great time! Vincent certainly seems to be. I can polka pretty good, Vincent!

Regina Caschetto said...

I wish there were more of Vincent. Loved seeing him dance a Polka with Janusz since I am Polish.
Regina

Claire said...

Doing the female part ;-)

Claire said...

Or was it the male part? ;-)

Regina Caschetto said...

Growing up Polish, Polkas were danced by two women, two men or a man & a woman. No particular part of each, though I know you were referring to "Naked Tango." Robert Downey's wife was there. I wish Carin were there to see them dance together.
Regina

Sandy said...

Carin seems to be too busy raising her boys.

Regina Caschetto said...

I hate when they remove the video. It's casual, not the prime scene in the movie.
Regina

Sandra Jack Shaw said...

My video is back up if you'd like to watch it again
http://youtu.be/izMVhiS7tPg

thereel said...

Thanks for sharing it Sandra!

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