The Beatle Bob and Grinner Show was the awesomest. http://grinnerhester.com/BeatleBob.html
for real, ego aside.
I love movies that mean something. That can change something.
I made this one with the best of intentions... to learn how to live in the now or to become a better dude in the process of trying.
I spent money I didn't have to do something reckless and arguably insane.
I'm proud of that.
I did not make this movie to gain moola or exposure as a filmmaker. I flat out just did what I dug and served it up as what it was and that is something hollywood is starting to lack in this scripted reality world.
Now, I am not so bold to say I or my collage of home hovies is better than the oscar-chasers or their creations. I am suggesting my motivation for the art may be refreshing to those who are seeking art, not a movie. To me, that's what art is... expressing how ya feel and throwing out to strangers, ready to receive both praise and ridicule for honesty or shared perspective.
By that, we see very little art leave hollywood.