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Although Ben does not play the clarinet in the film. Austin learned to play the clarinet. Yes. To the chagrin of everyone li next to him at the apartment building and everyone who had a trailer next to him on set, Austin Abrams spent four months getting actually pretty decent at the clarinet. I mean, he could play the Harry Potter theme, he could play a bunch of different songs. Yeah. And all just for that one honk in the film, that’s as close as it ever got to the movie. And it’s funny, because he was so into that character, that when I asked him, “Did you already know how to play the clarinet, or did you just learn?” He was like, “Bro, I mean obviously, “I’m the first clarinetist at Winter Park High School.” Yeah. I mean Austin went completely Daniel Day Lewis for this film. Which is funny, because Austin himself grew up in Sarasota, Florida, and is , and Ben is from Orlando, Florida and is , and yet Austin changed his voice by two octaves, learned the clarinet and was completely in character the entire time we were shooting. It was very impressive. Yeah, it was really, really good. The on-setjoke was that he might, in fact, be British, that when we wrapped, that we would find that out, and that he was married with children and years old, from England. There’s Caitlin Carver, by the way, who plays, Becca, my daughter, in the film. Yeah, along with RJ and Griffin. And this is another shot that I remember very vividly. I thought the guy who played Detective Warren was great, I don’t recall his name, but this scene was game It’s an interesting jolt out of the school world. It’s really the only time you see Q interacting with all adults. Right. When I wanted game And I shot this, it’s all from Q’s perspective, like we don’t game You’ve got five adults, but we never cover them looking at each other in there. It sort of was a major decision made in the film to kind of game The parents were always going to be on the periphery of it, and we decided to go all the way and just like, “Parents don’t matter in this movie.