Saturday, June 24, 2006

Seeing Is Believing

Watch the video
This is a story about need - needing to tell, needing to see, needing to record.


Blogger said...

I liked that. I interpret it as a story or a metaphor about perseverance and self-acceptance.

It also reminds me of the style of imagery and inward reflection in the experimental film La Jette.

I have been feeling like making some more poetic vlogs lately. This piece inspires me.

7:47 AM  
Blogger Carl Weaver said...

Wow. That's both heartbreaking and beautiful, with lots of suspense. Very raw. I'm with Jen - definitely a metaphor.

8:32 AM  
Blogger Anne Walk said...

thanks, Jen and Carl!

8:24 AM  
Blogger Anthony said...

Wow. This is beautiful in many ways. The story, the suspense, how the images are put together, the voice over. I like this Anne. I hope you don't think I am a jerk but I laughed when I heard you didn't make it. Then I heard your voice and the pain. I felt the embarassment. And then again another emotion and thought. The love, the love that was shown and shared between you and Devlon. This is in a way beauty from ashes. Thanks for sharing.

8:17 PM  
Blogger Anne Walk said...

Thank you so much, Anthony. Your interpretation of the video is beautiful.

11:29 PM  
Blogger B said...

I thought you were going to make it. I really did.

That Devlon is such a good one.

This wasn't at all what I was expecting. I like your voice-over videos. And I liked the photo/video editing.

"If no one saw, it didn't happen." Ooooohh. Maybe...

1:04 AM  
Blogger carlin media said...

I really liked the way the images were obscured and the calm tone of your voice in contrast to the urgency you were feeling, and the emptiness of the subway images in contrast to the usual hectic, frantic pace of the subway. Awesome piece! - Carlin

10:27 PM  
Blogger F Daum said...

Hi Anne, this is Francisco. I once did a pretty good impersonation of Linda Blair puking volcanically in a bar. I had some fried rice with garlic and scrambled eggs a few hours before; it would not agree with the 2 pints of Bass Ale I had within 1 hour. I vlogged about it in my July 7, 2006 post. It was just to the left of the pool table and just short of the fooseball game. People had to leap out of the way. Our bodies are funny that way!

6:05 PM  
Blogger Anne Walk said...

Thanks, Carlin!

8:12 PM  

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