What a freakin’ fantastic start to filming! We’ve been on schedule and on point since principal photography started last week- and anyone familiar with independent filmmaking knows that’s a feat in and of itself. But we’re doing it and we owe a lot of our success to our stellar cast and their unwavering commitment to this project. Good job guys, you’re killing it!
So with all the buzzing around I’ve been doing lately I haven’t had time to sit down and continue my interviews with the youth who comprise State of Delinquency, that is until now. Are you ready? I thought so. It’s time to meet Cynthia Quach, a tiny girl with a powerful punch who happens to know a thing or two about self defense!
Chelsea Anders: What type of acting experience do you bring to the table?
Cynthia Quach: I did a few school plays in the back, but I’ve always wanted to be famous. I mean that is my lifelong goal and so when this project came around I knew it was a great opportunity for me.
CA: Absolutely! This movie is going places I promise you. So you want to be famous- you want to be an actor?
CA: Okay cool- how old are you Cynthia?
CQ: I’m sixteen years old.
CA: Sixteen years old with great goals and dreams. Good for you. What high school do you go to?
CQ: I go to Reynoldsburg High School.
CA: Reynoldsburg. I’m familiar with Reynoldsburg. (Insert ex-girlfriend kind of cringe, at the name Reynoldsburg) Are they the Pirates?
CA: You know their mascot- isn’t it a good for nothing Pirate? (Still bitter)
CQ: Close. We’re the Raiders.
CA: RAIDERS! My bad. Completely different type of person. I shouldn’t be judgmental though, my mascot was a Demon. Alright back to the interview. You said you were in productions at school, but tell us what you do for fun?
CQ: I usually hang out with my friends. I’m a boxer so that takes up all my time.
CA: Wait. What?! You’re a boxer? (Looks tiny girl up and down) A kick boxer or just a punch em’ till they drop type of boxer?
CQ: A regular boxer. I haven’t started kick yet.
CA: Holy shit how long have you been a boxer?
CQ: Almost a year now.
CA: Have you done any bouts or anything?
CQ: I’ve tried to fight, but they can never find someone as small as me.
CA: Can’t imagine why. So really that sucks though. Or wait does it? You could go undefeated that way! Either way you’re pretty amazing. You’re in a fight scene in this film. Does your adversary know you’re a boxer?
CQ: Yeah. I think she knows, but she’s a lot bigger than me. Originally Tony (Bumgarner) wanted me in the movie because he wanted a smaller person to stand up to a bigger person. I mean that’s going to look amazing on screen.
CA: Absolutely. Your character is definitely feisty- not sure if that’s a good or bad thing. Alright Cynthia last question. It’s my go to question that now seems a little silly, but I’ll ask anyway to keep the momentum going. Your face is going to be up on the big screen and they’ll be tons of guys who’ll develop crushes on you. So I feel it is my duty to ask- Are you dating anyone?
CQ: Actually yes. Me and my boyfriend have been dating for almost five years—
CA: FIVE YEARS?!!!!! That’s like a lifetime commitment. She is definitely not available. But she is a great character to watch so be on the look out!