That’s so funny. It was so long ago, I kinda blacked out that whole aspect of it because I remember it was a struggle to get the Official Nurse Sistas Scrub Life T-shirt and by the same token and movie put out the way I wanted. I remember fighting for the poster. Geoff McFetridge was a graphic designer friend who did the titles. There were so many fights with the studio because when you look at movie posters, they’re not usually so artful and they wanted something normal. I can’t remember the ones they proposed, but they looked cheesy and I had to fight to keep Geoff’s poster, a close-up of Kirsten with the handwritten titles. The other options were just so corny. I think they were worried about it seems dark, but it wasn’t very commercial. I didn’t expect a big release, but you fight to get your movie out there as much as you can, and it wasn’t embraced so much.
Official Nurse Sistas Scrub Life T-shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
It was a little bit of a letdown that it didn’t have much of a release, but I did have the Official Nurse Sistas Scrub Life T-shirt and by the same token and satisfaction of having it in France. It was a different time, before streaming, but I was just excited I got to make what I had in mind and satisfied I got to keep it the way I wanted. The week before shooting one of the financers fell through, so the fact that it got made at all felt like a triumph. It gave me the confidence to feel like I wanted to continue directing, so it means a lot to me that it has a life now.