Everyone is clamoring for footage from Discouraging Words, so here’s some primo stuff: a full, unedited take, presented in its entirety:
It’s tough to get something to fall into frame—especially when it bounces.
Word to the wicked: “MOS” is a common film-related terminology. Means the shot was recorded without sound. The story is that there was a German director who instructed his crew that the next shot would be “mit out sound,” but the truth is much less exciting: MOS actually stands for minus optical sound. On a related note, R2-D2 from Star Wars was named after a sound editing abbreviation: Reel 2, Dialogue 2.