Dating rules from my future
Appleby: We worked together a ton on and she was one of my favorite directors.She’s really great because I like to try a million different things.We really wanted it to speak to girls and be honest about it.Alloy was great and really gave us the opportunity to take it over and rework it. Appleby: I’ve been working on this since the end of August and, thankfully, because I was a producer, they let me be a part of everything, which included bringing on Liz Allen to direct it, bringing on Sallie Patrick to write it, and hiring our D. I literally did all of the casting process, and I picked the colors of every wall and the wallpaper, and I’ve been sitting in editing.
So, with her future self using an app to send her helpful little texts, Lucy could finally be headed towards the future of her dreams.
It was the exact same thing as making a television show. We even had a table read at my house, and everyone was taking notes. a ton of images about the look and feel, and I went with him and picked out the right lenses and filters.
It was a really, really collaborative experience, from start to finish. We really established a look of how we wanted the house to look. We had a really strong color palette that we were working with.
What sort of journey does Lucy go on, over the course of these episodes, and what do you think the biggest things are, that she discovers about herself?
Appleby: I think she really learns to listen to herself and trust herself, and believe that she’s good enough to get a guy that she thinks is out of her league. It’s really important to just accept who we are, and find somebody who accepts us for who we are.