Michael Imperioli, the star of Mitch Albom's For One More Day, braves rainy conditions to shoot a phone booth scene. The production was shot primarily on location in Connecticut.
Director Lloyd Kramer gives instructions to fictional New York Mets players at Shea Stadium in Queens, New York.
Over the years, Lloyd has directed many other Harpo Films productions, including Before Women Had Wings, Amy & Isabelle, and David and Lisa.
Camera crews set up for a shoot at Shea Stadium, the home of the New York Mets. In the film, Michael Imperioli plays a former professional baseball player struggling with alcoholism and despair.
Actor Scott Cohen rehearses an intense father-son scene with Vadim Imperioli, Michael's real-life son, on a little league field. In his first television role, Vadim plays a younger version of Michael's character, Chick Benetto.
Dressed in retro attire, actress Samantha Mathis stands on the sidelines, waiting to shoot her scenes. In the film, Samantha plays a younger version of Posey Benetto, the main character's mother.
On a sunny summer day, Michael takes his place on baseball bleachers while the crew sets up for the shot.
Mitch Albom's For One More Day was filmed throughout July and August in 2007.
At the Connecticut ballpark, Michael shoots a scene on the bleachers with the actress who plays his daughter, Maria, in the film.