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michelle lau
3D / CAD Modeller or Animator , Graphic Designer
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Cultivating a film farm

Recently, I became inspired by a friend who keeps a record of every film he has watched in some rather epic spreadsheet file. I have started to do the same whenever I procrastinate and give Maya the silent treatment. I am trying to take a creative stance though, by categorizing this Great Wall list of Movies under different subheadings as well. Movies for different scenarios, situations, emergencies and fluctuating states of mind. For example, what would be the movie I put on if I am relaxing on a lazy Sunday afternoon and sewing buttons back onto my jeans in the most zen state- probably Preston Sturges' "Unfaithfully Yours". And what would I want to have playing on my television if I am hosting a small dinner party, then I accidently set a part of my kitchen on fire (that has really happened before) making my hungry, dinner guests uncomfortably awkward. I think I would want them to watch "Delicatessen", or something like Peter Greenaway's "The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover". I want to include "Zardoz" of course, but I still need to come up with a suitable category for that film. Maybe the category/mood should simply be- 'when I feel like seeing Sean Connery with a rat on his face and prancing around like a tit wearing thigh high red bootsies'. Some day, I want to print out and laminate these lists and sell the posters successfully with my loud Chinese voice.

almost 11 years ago 0 likes  3 comments  0 shares
Mariejost 26 dsc00460
Be sure and attach multiple categories to each film. Cross reference as much as you can. Then you will always be able to find that certain film you are thinking of. Sounds like a good idea. I may have to do that some day, if I get any more DVDs.
almost 11 years ago
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hahaha too funny! I love the picture of my idol sean too! he is the coolest!
over 10 years ago
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over 10 years ago


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