It was during the early to mid-1980s. I reached a point where I was broke and getting discouraged. That’s when I got a phone call out of the blue. Robby Müller was shooting "To Live and Die in L.A.", and they needed someone to film a test of a dummy falling off a bridge. 

-Robert Yeoman, ASC 
It was during the early to mid-1980s. I reached a point where I was broke and getting discouraged. That’s when I got a phone call out of the blue. Robby Müller was shooting "To Live and Die in L.A.", and they needed someone to film a test of a dummy falling off a bridge. 

-Robert Yeoman, ASC 
It was during the early to mid-1980s. I reached a point where I was broke and getting discouraged. That’s when I got a phone call out of the blue. Robby Müller was shooting "To Live and Die in L.A.", and they needed someone to film a test of a dummy falling off a bridge. 

-Robert Yeoman, ASC 
It was during the early to mid-1980s. I reached a point where I was broke and getting discouraged. That’s when I got a phone call out of the blue. Robby Müller was shooting "To Live and Die in L.A.", and they needed someone to film a test of a dummy falling off a bridge. 

-Robert Yeoman, ASC 
It was during the early to mid-1980s. I reached a point where I was broke and getting discouraged. That’s when I got a phone call out of the blue. Robby Müller was shooting "To Live and Die in L.A.", and they needed someone to film a test of a dummy falling off a bridge. 

-Robert Yeoman, ASC 
It was during the early to mid-1980s. I reached a point where I was broke and getting discouraged. That’s when I got a phone call out of the blue. Robby Müller was shooting "To Live and Die in L.A.", and they needed someone to film a test of a dummy falling off a bridge. 

-Robert Yeoman, ASC 
It was during the early to mid-1980s. I reached a point where I was broke and getting discouraged. That’s when I got a phone call out of the blue. Robby Müller was shooting "To Live and Die in L.A.", and they needed someone to film a test of a dummy falling off a bridge. 

-Robert Yeoman, ASC

It was during the early to mid-1980s. I reached a point where I was broke and getting discouraged. That’s when I got a phone call out of the blue. Robby Müller was shooting "To Live and Die in L.A.", and they needed someone to film a test of a dummy falling off a bridge. 

-Robert Yeoman, ASC