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The drone’s operator, who shot the 87-second video in a Minneapolis bowling alley last week to rally support for the business, didn’t expect it to be viewed hundreds of thousands of times on social media, or to win high praise from Hollywood directors. The image is taken from video shot.
Travis Duede, a sous chef who works nights at Bryant spread the video and appeared in the video, said that the business was boarded up or closed for parts of last year, and that he had not worked for 100 days in the early phase of Minnesota’s lockdown.
Travis Duede, a sous chef who works nights at Bryant Lake and was in the video, claimed that during the early stages of Minnesota’s lockdown, the company was either boarded up or closed for extended periods of time. Duede also claimed that he had not worked for 100 days.
He claimed he had no idea what to anticipate when he arrived for the drone shooting last week. Prior to that, his supervisor had just mentioned “a guy shooting a video here with a drone.”