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Open it up. I’m going to contradict what I just said, but even with a home base, you can’t have the whole movie take place at just one location or it will look micro-budget and feel visually stagnant. I definitely advocate for a home base location, but you’ve also got to get out and about as much as possible. On “The Big Ask,” we were lucky because, filming in the desert, the backyard of our home base was an endless expanse of open terrain, including ravines and mountains.