The Santa Fe Plaza and its infamous Plaza Cafe in the same spot since 1904 changed its name this week to the Pico Mundo Grill and moved without moving to the fictional town of Pico Mundo, California. This can only happen in the movies and that was exactly what was happening as the filming for Odd Thomas took our historic Santa Fe Plaza. By simply turning a corner, I was in a imaginary town.
The movie stars in this Dean Kootz story keeps growing beyond Anton Yelchin to now include Willem DeFoe and 50 Cent. If you were on the Plaza yesterday, you may have ended up in the movie because by being there you were consenting to be filmed. This is why I love Santa Fe! There is something new happening around every corner. If you love movies, come and visit. Who knows, you might want to be here all the time. Perhaps, there is a part here for you someday!
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