Two years ago, Dan traveled to Maine and participated in the making of a movie there. The movie, Blow the Man Down, is about two sisters, who while grieving for the loss of their mother, suddenly find they have a crime to cover up, leading them deep into the underbelly of their salty Maine fishing village. On IMDb, Dan is credited as a set dresser for the film. It debuted at the Tribeca film festival last year and was later snapped up by Amazon. I have been watching and waiting for its release and today was rewarded when I read that it will drop on Prime March 20th. His most notable contribution occurs near the end of the movie. He built a giant cutout plywood lobsterman sign, such as would roadside advertise a Maine lobster shack. In the movie, a car crashes into it and it falls down on the vehicle. He was especially proud of a mechanism that he created that made the scene repeatable, like for second takes. I was amazed at how long it took this show to come out, but I’m sure that it will be worth the wait, especially any scenes that involve Captain Dick, which is the lobsterman’s nickname. I don’t normally watch the credits, but I’ll be sure to see this film’s.