Shooting starts next week and I’m drafting a post to wrap up how pre-production has concluded. However, in the meantime, I came across a posting on the Dish that appealed to me because it combined the subjects of my last film and my current film by addressing how women, who provide the majority of […]
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Research goes on. Just finished the poignant Lament for a Son by Nicholas Wolterstorff. Besides being a very quick read, which when you are doing research is much appreciated, it is indeed a deep lament. Even though I have not lost a son, I easily recognize the states of feeling and mind filling the pages. […]
This little observation about life after loss came to me via Andrew Sullivan. The full piece by Roger Angell appears in the New Yorker. A few notes about age is my aim here, but a little more about loss is inevitable. “Most of the people my age is dead. You could look it up” was […]