The Three Little Guardian Angels Chapter 1991

Chapter 1991

Daisie pushed the door of the private room open, saw about five people behind the wooden screen, and walked in.

Shannon was the first to see her, so he got up and walked toward her. “Daisie, you’re finally here. Come and join US, and let me introduce the latest investor of our drama to you.”

Daisie’s gaze landed on the man sitting with his back facing her. Just as Shannon had finished speaking, the man turned his head slowly and met her gaze.

Daisie froze in place for a moment, and she could not believe who she saw. “You…”

There was a smile on the corner of his lips, and it looked as warm and elegant as it was back then. “Daisie, it’s been a long time.”

Daisie chuckled and patted his upper arm. “Zephir, it’s really you! Since when did you return to Zlokova?”

The screenwriters and producers present in the room were all astonished. Even shannon could not help but laugh out loud. “Do you know each other?”

Zephir looked at Shannon, smiled, and nodded. “Yeah, we’re quite familiar with each other.”

Shannon seemed to understand something and laughed heartily. “I see. Since you’re both acquaintances, then there’s no need for both parties to be polite and take your seats.”

Daisie was originally wondering who the new investor was, but she did not expect that it was Zephir, a friend that she had not seen in several years.

She remembered that both Zephir and Leah had chosen to study abroad after graduating high school. Although she had not been in much contact with them over the years, she still remembered them.

She sat down right next to Zephir. “Zephir, have you seen Leah throughout all these years?”

Zephir responded with a smile. “She’s in Stoslo, and rumor has it that she’s working as an interpreter in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, but I haven’t been in much contact with her in recent years.”

Daisie was astounded.

Shannon poured a glass of wine. “Mr. Gosling, I’ve long heard that you specialize in film studies in Florinia, and you even took a film­directing course too. And you’ve come back to zlokova to start your career in the entertainment industry.”

Daisie paused and turned to look at him. “Zephir, did you study film directing?”

‘Didn’t he plan to inherit the family business?’

“Yeah, it just so happens that I’m interested in this industry,” replied Zephir. He pinched the foot of the glass and clinked it against Shannon’s. “Mr. Fallon, you’ve been engaged in the film industry for 16 years, and I’ve just gotten into the industry in recent years. I’m fortunate enough to have seen many movies directed by you when I was a kid, and there’s still a lot more that I can learn from you in the future.”

In terms of working in the film industry, Shannon was really an extremely capable person. Zephir had officially gotten into the industry since he returned to Zlokova, making Shannon his predecessor in this field. Although he was an investor, he still showed Shannon a lot of respect, which made shannon even more impressed by him.

“Mr. Gosling, you’re really flattering me.”

“I’m not flattering you. After all, the films directed by you have won all the Victoria Awards available in the industry. That’s not something that you can achieve without any strong capability.”

Shannon laughed. “You youngsters are really terrifying. I’m afraid you’ll catch up to me in a few more years.”

Zephir took the initiative to propose a toast. “Then I might have to come to you for more advice in the future, so I shall apologize beforehand for bothering you too much.”

Shannon nodded. “That’s no big deal. It’s a natural thing to do.”

Throughout the whole meal, everyone else was talking eloquently. Now that the project was very well funded, the filming location was set in Coralia. The crew decided to spend $5,500,000 to build a Victorian town that fit the background of the script. They decided to postpone the shooting to half a year later because the script was set to take place during the autumn and winter seasons, and a large number of scenes would take place during a snowy day.

Shannon believed that artificial snowfall was very labor-intensive and expensive, and it looked far less real than genuine snow, so he would rather postpone it until winter rather than spend a high budget on artificial snowfall.


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