Making a Movie, In Salisbury

Harry Bainbridge, looking for extras. Photo by Marsden Epworth

Harry Bainbridge makes movies. He made one at Hotchkiss

about a cardboard boat race. He made another about discrimination. And now, with a little help from friends and neighbors, he will be making a movie titled “Michael.”

The plot is based, in part, on his own life and is set at Indian Mountain School where he was a student.

A few months before he was born, Bainbridge’s father died aboard Pan Am flight 103, which was exploded by a terrorist bomb over Lockerbie, Scotland, Dec. 21, 1988. The 9/11 attack, when he was 12 at IMS, was a very disturbing event for him.

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