Wei Wei and Robin – Dartmoor Blueberries
Hands up who wants to marry George Clooney. Actually, he’s already married, but in this film, Wei Wei gets her George. He even looks a bit like him too (your welcome Robin).
Also, who likes blueberries? These guys love them. So much in fact, that they planted 40,000 of them at their farm in the hills of Dartmoor.
hen we went to the farm to film, I didn’t take my wellies, I didn’t realise how much of an actual working farm it was. There were big muddy puddles everywhere and my socks were wet for most of the day, but in all honesty I didn’t really care. I’m not sure how to describe it, but the spirit of love and friendship on this farm was contagious, and I really didn’t want to leave. As soon as we met Robin and he started talking about Wei Wei and the farm, I just fell in love with the place. It made me feel calm, it made me feel valued. I felt like it was a haven the world had forgotten, and it was a place to heal and revive your spirits.
There was an array of characters, from Lord Nelson, to Shakespeare and a fairy called Tinkerbell (well why not??). And of course, a bride, and her groom, the wonderful Robin and Wei Wei, the now Lord and Lady Lustleigh of Dartmoor Blueberries.
What really makes a film though is a song to match the beautiful visuals and the amazing story our couples have. For Wei and Robin we found it on The Music Bed in the form of Before Dawn by On Earth and Uroboros by Benjamin James.
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