if you don't mind me asking, where do you get your images from? your posts tonight are lovely.
all over the place. Mostly google images. many are from Wrongsideoftheart and flickr (and if I find an image on flickr and have to screencap it because the asshole took “save as” function off (as if to imply that he took it himself, many being poster scans, they had no creative function therein) I don’t credit the flickr user).
It was that spot thing! The one about Hemingway being the real author.
no. check the source, it’s from wikibombs, a collection of \ of wiki-edits that make them strange, surreal, ironic or funny. I, being a huge fan of Ernest, thought the minimalism/children’s story thing was very clever.
paul schrader's brother leonard was my screenwriting thesis instructor at usc! he was the sweetest man ever.
I knew his brother wrote. That’s totally awesome.
I find it fascinating that he and William Peter Blatty are both religious men of very rigid (albeit not conservative per-say, Schrader being a Dutch Reformed Calvinist and Blatty being a Jesuit (the liberal rebel catholics) Educated Catholic) faiths and still write such brilliantly gripping, yet theologically compelling, films/books out there.
There’s not much to go into about the title here. Phonetically and visually, the concept of the perfect Bijon is a docile, if not pleasant one. It’s warm, personable and all together pleasing as I hope the song will be.
The song is another textured and flickering wash of guitars, keys, production and clarinet. It’s the title track of my 169th collection of songs (album, ep, mini-album or whatever).
There’s a softness to this one that’s been absent from the previous few postings. I hope you enjoy it.
As always, feel free to download or reblogg it. All of my music is/always will be (unless someone commissions something like an OST, but you get what I’m saying)!