The Life and Times of an American Playboy. Funny, before I learned he was doing that, I sent him this. And it’s good to see this in the description of the movie:
The Life and Times of an American Playboy is an independent short film, currently in production in Missoula, MT. The film is a collaborative effort by a select group of filmmakers and artists who share a unique vision. The project champions the spirit of indie filmmaking, while rejecting the desire for monetary gain.
And right out of the Fountainhead comes this line from the Director:
Our motives are pure, and that’s what makes us dangerous.
No comment necessary on the first. On the latter, what the heck does that mean anyway? I feel like I just walked out of a Cherokee Poetry studies seminar full of people shaking their heads in agreement about some epistemological revelation they came to while examining the cover art for a collection of poems.
How about? …
“I used to love the band U2 (or supply any band here) before they sold out and went commercial!”
Our esteemed perfesser is addled. Too much associations with Cherokee poets.
He must be secretly vacationing with his brother et al in Martha’s Vineyard.