Robert the Bruce: Lands, titles, men, power, nothing.
Roberts Father: Nothing?
Rober the Bruce: I have nothing. Men fight for me because if they do not, I throw them off my land and I starve their wives and their children. Those men who bled the ground red at Falkirk, they fought for William Wallace, and he fights for something that I never had. And I took it from him, when I betrayed him. I saw it in his face on the battlefield and it’s tearing me apart.
Roberts Father: All men betray. All lose heart.
Robert the Bruce: I DON’T WANNA LOSE HEART! I wanna believe as he does.
I just met with Hunter (my filmmaking/writing partner) again on our lunch breaks and we talked about what’s next. We have a lot of irons in the fire currently, one too many maybe…
We’re currently writing our feature length comedy.
Editing a quick sketch we shot a month back.
Recording voice over for the web cartoon we’re giving a try.
Possibly punching up an older script to shoot.
But while shooting an older comedy we had written, and would have to punch up, is appealing, we’ve decided to go another direction and came to the conclusion that our next project will be a documentary. The focus will be on the story telling and interaction between my father and his brother while also taking a look at how they chose different paths/life styles. This will be examined through interviews, storytelling, and studies of their personal effects and items that surround them on a daily basis as they live separate lives. Anyone who has seen them interact can vouch for its entrainment value and we plan on very much straying away from any kind of “Son looking to find his place in adulthood, connect with his elders, blah blah blah” bullshit in order to make this a less cliche subject.
I know no one really cares about this but we’re really excited to shoot something out of our comfort zone and I think it will really turn out to be a great film. I’ll shut up now, I guess I was just excited.
(I know I’ve plugged this before but if you haven’t seen our last film “5K” you should check it out)
Look me up if you need someone to hold a light or grab a soda. Better yet, document the documentry. I like the idea and I like the cast.
I had the pleasure of taking in two films tonight: Thirst & District 9. Both were very well done and oozing with enough Alien and Vampire blood to keep me satisfied for a few months. I will say while the pacing in action in pacing in District 9 was superb, Thirst left me a little bit over quenched. Pun intended. Both equally enjoyable though and on my top 10 for the year so far.
If you’re having difficult answering the question “What are you playing this weekend?” here’s a list of what you could be playing for mere pennies on the dime. Steam’s “Weekend Deal” features no less than ten of the top indie games from the past year, including Audiosurf, Blueberry Garden, Braid, Crayon Physics Deluxe, Darwinia, Everyday Shooter, Gish, Mr. Robot, The Path and World of Goo all for just $29.99 USD. Insane! I paid fifteen bucks for Braid alone!
I mean, I know the difference between present balance and available balance, but I don’t feel like chase.com knows the difference and therefore fuck me with false information. Its time to start doing my own math.
Good find Pete, I found it fairly simple for a game of this caliber, although I play games like this a lot. If you haven’t yet, download Everyday shooter on your PS3, it blends music in shooting in a way I have yet to see emulated. Also it has strong visuals and is insanely hard.