May 15, 2013 § 2 Comments
I was reminded by this post (HuffPost) about this documentary about Los Angeles’ Skid Row. It is rich in stunning portraits of human on the edge. As a former homeless person I can attest, there are beautiful souls on the streets. You just need open you eyes and hearts. Give eye contact. Say hello. Give them good wishes. Bring them your old sweater. It’s all about love.
And another little portrait of a gentleman on the street…
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Now that you mention it… Clint Eastwood is pretty squinty.
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Street Art, obsession and paranormal. Who’d think they would come together like this? Loved it. (Found on Netflix.)
March 15, 2012 § 3 Comments
Oh… how I miss the old days of viral networking… when we would work hard to unearth our fascinations… and work hard to share them. Now it all rolls out with the click of a mouse. But this movie… like a time capsule.
February 11, 2012 § Leave a Comment
A fascinating, true tale of a young French hustler who found his way into the American capitalist market by way of measuring the human energy of a work force. He then stumbled into the international political world (circa World War II and Hitler), partied in ways only the filthy rich could, kept mistresses galore, and went exploring like an ego maniacal fool. His brazen life finally ended with his suicide.
Thankfully his expeditions were captured in news reels and on film that he procured himself. His film canisters were lost but then turned up in a basement in Paris. That footage is the foundation for this documentary. Amazing.
I found it on Netflix.