I do some work in film. I get it through an agency. I was on set the other day where actors dressed up as cops. Part of the costume included a fake gun. One guy, call him Joe, made a bad joke and pointed his gun at another person and said "Hands up!". Everyone who saw told him it wasn't appropriate, but Joe said no one told him not to and it was a stupid rule. I've had a bad past experience and am thinking of reporting Joe.
I know Joe's name and we both work for the same agency which only has one point of contact, so knowing who I would contact is easy. Should I say anything about this? If so, what exact wording should I use?
The guns looked very real, but they were actually plastic. I realized, in past jobs if there was any gun on set then everyone had to sign a contract saying they acknowledge this and that anyone who holds the gun will not point it at anyone and that there will be a firearms specialist on set etc. I never received any correspondence regarding this and was wondering, should I also comment about this to my agent? I guess it was because the guns were fake, but never did anyone tell me they are. I only found out later because a friend of mine commented saying they were plastic. I'm not sure what the law is, but when we do sign contracts (which has been the case on every other set that has had a gun) we agree not to point the gun at anyone unless the director deems it necessary and expressly tells us so (and obviously the gun is not loaded with live ammunition).
To clarify, they DO sometimes have real guns on set and ALL GUNS (including plastic ones) LOOK REAL. This is why I think it's important for this to be communicated to everyone in advance, and usually it is but this time it wasn't.
My question is should I report Joe's behavior to our manager / agency?