Posted by Evil Sand Cop at h1.iplbath.com on January 26, 2001 at 11:55:47:
In Reply to: Fluff??? posted by RugMuncher on January 26, 2001 at 11:41:17:
Yeah I've had to do similar. But I think, to put it mildly (I always think mildly) that movie producers are unlikely to check the security clearance of all extras (if you've been through this RugMuncher you'll remember how long it takes to get clearance, etc...) nor are they likely to track down anyone known to have broken the terms of the agreement.
So if your ambitions extend no further than being an extra on the odd movie here and there, then there's little chance that blabbing about the details of a movie are going to ruin future chances. Other directors/casting people aren't going to know.
: .. not entirely true..
: I ahve to sign them for work contracts all the time. And there's the nice little clause in them that states what it will do to your security clearances if info is leaked. Not a fun thing.
: My favorite one I had to sign was when I got out of the USAF. Having worked on the Minute Man II nuclear warheads, there was a nice little clause about releaseing information, blah blah blah, trial by federal court, blah blah blah, punishable by death. THAT kinda stood out.. hehehe
: .. still tight lipped on the inner workings of Ellsworth AFB to this day ..
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