“There was a tracker where you could see where the boat was, this huge shipping container, and it wasn’t moving.
“The start of the shoot was approaching. And – it was the generator. It was cabling. It was lights. It was the dolly.
“I think there might have been a costume truck on it,” he added.
“And when it finally arrived – which was, I think, a week into the shoot, and we’d had to busk it for the first week – there was then a strike at the port in Guadeloupe, so the shipping container arrived, but we weren’t allowed to get on it to take anything off.