But the director decided to shoot the scenes depending on the weather, because it changed his mood.
If it was sunny, then they should shoot the cavalry, on the open grass; early in the morning, to enjoy the smell.
If it was cloudy, they should shoot the departure, because he was melancholic.
If it was rainy, (heavily raining, i mean), they should shoot the tea and cookies scene, because he couldn't stand the hard drops in his head.
It it was rainy, but slightly, then they should go to the harbour and shoot the arrival of the vessel.
And if it was dark, they should shoot the awakening of the dead.