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When a film crew visits Los Alamos, we can’t help but notice. The trucks and trailers park along our streets and in our parking lots. Sometimes they reroute traffic or take over a store or building. In a few cases, they even set up right outside your front door. That was the case last week, when the movie “Knockout,” brought trucks, trailers, cameras and crews to the end of Los Pueblos Road and our neighborhood. Overnight, we inherited new neighbors with a fascinating business. Councilor Wheeler had a front row seat. He lives across the street from the set activities and said that he was not affected in the least by traffic, parking, lighting or noise. Councilor Bowman’s home is located just before the barricades to the movie set.
Some of you might cringe to think of our proximity to the set — but it turned out to be a delight, not a disruption. Generally speaking, the film crews worked very hard to be “good neighbors” and did their best to minimize their impacts to our daily lives. “All the members of the cast and crew were very friendly and went out of their way to ensure that the neighborhood enjoyed a positive experience. While their presence was physically undeniable while they were here, they took great pains to leave the neighborhood as they found it — or better,” Councilor Wheeler said.
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