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Deep with in the New Jersey shore limits, in a down town like any other, there is a shop that draws people both young and old to this little town like lemmings to the sea. The town Red Bank; the shop Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash; and the man behind it all is Kevin Smith.This hometown boy has created a devoted following of fans since hisfirst movie “Clerks” hit the big screen in 1994.”Clerks” was so low budget that Kevin maxed out his credit cards. Shooting the film in a convenience store in Leonardo, NJ; a shop where he once held a job, before working at the video rental store that was next to the convenient store. Who would have thought that this film school drop out from Vancouver film school which he attended for four months would one day have a cartoon series named after hisfirst movie? Action figures for his second movie, his third written as an apology to a girlfriend, and the fourth would send him at least two or three death threats a day? And some of the scr!
ipts he co-wrote such, as “Coyote Ugly” would have become big hits?No one did but the phenomenon still builds. Recently Smith locked himself away in an editing room in order to make the August tenth deadline for his next movie “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back”.
“Clerks” hisfirst movie was shot with no budget. Smith maxed out his credit cards to pay for the film costs totaling up to $27,575. To save money Smith shot “Clerks” using his own 16mm camera and used Kodak Plus-X film, giving it a slightly grainy quality but effective for the grungy humor of the film. His crew started out with fifteen people and closed with about five. Some of the actors even donated their own clothing and doubled as crewmembers. After completion it was then sent to the IFFM (Independent Feature Film Market) and then off to the Sundance Film Festival where Miramax Films picked it up, Smiths current label. After winning a court battle to replace the often-vulgar movie’s NC-17 ra…