…hope to die
I’m very pleased to introduce a new cinepoem to you. Her name is Die Pretty, and I’m very proud of her.
She’s an old-fashioned kind of gal, inspired by a sculpture in Mendocino (featured in the title sequence), and is dedicated to two of my best girls.
We only have the Quicktime version for now. The Windows version is coming soon.
So don’t be shy. Go. Say hello.
-Lo, who would like to thank J. Alfred Prufrock for his love song.
Mood: Nodding Off
Drinking: Bedtime Water
Short update for all my PC-lovin’ friends: The Windows versions of “Pretty.Good.Girl.” and “Alter Ego” are up on the cinepoems page, thanks to EO and CB, my computer genius boys.
I’m currently in Mendocino with M, M-squared, and L, filming “Die Pretty”, which will bring our cinepoem total to an even dozen. (“Yin” was number eleven, but you haven’t met her yet.) Anyway, It’s gorgeous here, and we’ve had a full day shooting on beaches, in wheat fields and cemeteries, and skulking about a burned-out, tumbledown house. Then L #2 cooked us dinner (freshly caught ocean creatures), and us girls went hot-tubbing, and now it’s time to crash.
Goodnight, sweet Internet. More when we meet again…
-Lo, who does her best to avoid leaves of three (let them be!)