You have three deadlines approaching, including moving to a new apartment with no furniture in a coop building that has not yet approved your tenancy. What do you do? Make Last Minute Cable, from vignettes of life in America through Grand Theft Auto 5, of course!
Screenplay, location scouting, casting, stunts, cinematography, editing & direction by yours truly. Dedicated to Respo.
Summary: Living in the natural world and experiencing some of first and recent videogames.
By Rio Arrojado, Bahia, Brazil, c. 1982. Photograph by my father, Peter Griffee. I was 5 years old, running around with shorts, often knee-high boots and a stick deep in the Brazilian Cerrado. At first we lived in tents, with a makeshift kitchen whose fire also heated water pumped in from the river. There were plant nurseries, big snakes and spiders, a cleared field for futebol and another that served as a runway for a sturdy aeroplane that was the only other way to arrive other than a two-day hike through wild savannah.
Comment by “AmIFirstToThink” in the Hacker News discussion of the article:
It gives you a chance to put yourself on the shrink couch in the privacy of your room. You get to know yourself little bit more. You know how flimsy the safeguards are for you to not do the wrong thing. Laws, religious ethics are flimsy to stop you from doing the wrong thing. You realize that at the end of the day, it is up to you as the individual, to do the right thing in a situation.
Stephen Bliss in an interview with Keisha Raines at Unrated:
During your career there’s probably going to be many times when you think your work is awful and you’ll want to give up. That’s the Universe’s way of saying, “Ok, you’ve done a bit of good work, you’ve enjoyed a few days of thinking you’re a genius, now it’s time to get better… Take your despondency, survive it, work out why you think your work is shit, how can you make your work better?
Vignettes of life in America through Grand Theft Auto 5.
Screenplay, casting, stunts, cinematography, editing & direction by yours truly. Dedicated to Leroy P.