Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
"It stays crunchy in milk and can be used as a suppository." - dadaist spam
Eolake,Wow! Who needs french movies when you are an auteur of this quality?Musakdogs is better than Reservoir Dogs, though the acting (amateur?) is perhaps a little wooden.I ran the Bunuel synoptic table on it though and it did predict the reprise of the dogs at the end of the movie.I assume they are good dogs as they weren't senselessly killed in the end, or even in the beginning.Have they been told they are not to work with Mel Gibson under any circumstances, yet? Or even accept a bone from him...A
I have a bit of trouble moving on from this triumph, because it was made with non-union talent. On the plus side, Bono has pledged to do a song for the next one, and Dakota Fanning will play the Innocent Sister.
Not THE Dakota Fanning?The success of this movie may dog your career...A
As far as I know, Eolake, you're not a musician, dancer, or sculptor. But still, I think you fill the definition of a "complete artist". All your versatility in visual arts, a philosopher, and even a decent poet (trust me, this IS rare).
I don't know. I didn't like the fact that the spinner died in the end. Too predictable!I did like the cinematography, though.
Predictable maybe, but reasonable: it had run its course. Thanks, P. I have not yet sculpted, but I am a fair dancer and singer. :)So much art, so little time.
The reason the spinner died is because, although he is a malti-talented gesamtkunstler and kunzlecake, Eolake is no spin doctor.A
Hey, Eolake, while you're on the blog, let's hear a song from you. Don't be shy! Come on, everybody, let's give him a cheer.E-O-LAKE, A-SONG!E-O-LAKE, A-SONG!E-O-LAKE, A-SONG!E-O-LAKE, A-SONG!And while you're at t, post us a dance, too. (^_^)
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