SKSM: Can you introduce yourself to our readers?
Andrew Bee: Yes, my name is Andrew Bee and I am an actor in Toronto, Canada.
SKSM: How did you become involved in Mute Dollar Baby film?
SKSM: What was the most difficult part for you in this film?
Andrew Bee: The most difficult part by far was when Kyle Dunbar (the writer, director) told me he had to cut it from around 28 minutes down to around 22. All that lost dialoge of mine that he had to cut!
What I loved so much was the enormous amount of dialogue that I had to learn.
SKSM: What do you think it is about the story that attracts people so much?
Andrew Bee: This is a story about a rather boring man who ends up having a very unique experience with completely unexpected consequences and I feel that this makes it very engaging for an audience.
SKSM: Did you have to audition for the part or was it written directly for you?
Andrew Bee: Kyle and I have known each other for several years and he knew the role was perfect for me. He just sent me his adaptation and I loved it.
SKSM: You worked with Kyle Dunbar on this film, how was that?
Andrew Bee: What I like so much about working with Kyle is that we both have darkness in us and understand each other well.
SKSM: Can you tell us about the filming steps? Funny things that happened so far (Bloopers, etc).
Andrew Bee: Actually, this shoot went extremely well. A great thing for me was the committment of our sound guy, Dave Murray. He crammed himself in the trunk of the car for all the driving scenes to give us the best possible sound. That was amazing.
SKSM: Do you still have any contact with the crew/cast from that time? If so with who?
Andrew Bee: I am in contact with Kyle a lot.
SKSM: What are you working on nowadays?
Andrew Bee: I am filming a role in a feature this August, and prepping another short film.
SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Something you’d like to tell our readers?
Andrew Bee: Thank you for your support of the Dollar Baby Program. It is such an incredibly generous thing for Stephen King to do and to have a worldwide audience is fantastic for filmmakers.