About two years ago I started work on an indie feature called Motion Sickness. I was a different person then in so many ways and I could not have imagined that it would be a part of my life for as long as it has. Tonight, I wrapped principal photography on the film. In the interim, I've done numerous plays, several short films, some commercial stuff and VO's, but this was my first starring role in a feature film, and tonite I'm thrilled that we got to finish it. Now we get to see where it goes. And despite wanting desperately to see where that will be, and being relieved/ecstatic/surprised/ecstatic/relieved that we finished the thing, I can't help but be a little bummed that this flick that has been there waiting to get done through the huge changes that have happened to me over the past couple years, is in the can, and the fractured psyche of Shem Mochin can be laid to rest. I've spent a long time in some very cold water, even longer in very hot apartments (and a train), seen some memorable things (that's pretty much all you Musto), been decapitated and recapitated, worn the crap out of a navy blue suit and fedora, and worked with some truly wonderful folks. I will be psyched to see them all at the wrap party. And you at the premiere!