There are times when one needs to step back from gardening in order to create a deeply meaningful art film.
My friend Kevan and I have collaborated on a wide variety of interesting projects in the past, though rarely one of this stunning artistic depth.
I am speechless……
Okay. I have found words. I agree. It is an "interesting project."
The beginning scene, with the ant actors, was close to genius.
One more thing…
The guy with the cigar (and the whole cigar thing) reminded me of Clint Eastwood in the final scene of "The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly."
(you can watch it on YouTube)
musta been something mighty strange rolled up in that there cigar…that's all I'm gonna say about that.
Careful- you two are going to end up the subjects of a master's thesis for some grad film studies student if you don't tone down the quality of your work! The first scene was achingly Zen, and it just got better from there. David, were those veggies from your yard, this time of year?