"I have a great crew and wonderful actors, which makes my job much easier and much more enjoyable, regardless of weather problems or other external circumstances," Eastwood explains. "This affects everything else involved, from set-up to wrap, and limits multiple takes. Sure, we've run into rain and wind and some freezing cold nights, but that's to be expected and with this story, it can work for you. The most important thing is that I have a good team. We get in and shoot what we need and move on. These people know what they're doing - it's impressive and sometimes I catch myself watching as much as directing."
Eastwood anticipates that the film will be an entertaining, intriguing and ultimately thought provoking experience. "The story can satisfy the audience on several different levels," he considers. "The 'whodunit' fans may be happy with just the mystery and absorb the other content in the periphery. Others will get into the background of the characters and the detective story will be meaningful only in relation to the overall tragedy. The story is layered and as each layer gets peeled off, more is revealed. Every time a question is answered it only raises more questions… I'm looking forward to peoples' reactions."