Monday, March 24, 2008


Be back soon...

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While I'm away, I have left something for you to enjoy, so please leave comments and I will see you in a few days.

This is a short film created by a fellow poet, Levan Tatishvili of Georgia (Eurasia). He was published in The Baker's Dozen, Volume I.
I was published in Volume II.

Please enjoy, and if you should leave a comment, I would so love to let him know what you thought.

The credits will take two minutes - you will enjoy some 'old shoes' during that time.


Beverly said...

Wow, I really enjoyed the film; found it quite provocative.

It made me think of the old saying that you can't judge a book by its cover, and also, about walking a mile in another's shoes. Also, the grass is not always greener on the other side.

I found it uplifting. Thanks for sharing.

Alice said...

I loved the film. Who would have known that a whole story could be told just with feet. Everything worked so well together, the music, the movie and the words. I hope your friend will do more of these.

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Have a wonderful time on your trip..

Mary said...

HE certainly has great talents - poetry and movie making! The illustrations during the credits were fabulous.
It was excellent - loved how we were teased by seeing few head shots - this made feet and legs tell the entire story. Really well done and made me think about how some women, especially in third world countries, have to work so hard doing menial labor - street cleaning, factories etc. No wonder many turn to the underworld!

Looking forward to hearing about your trip Deborah.
Hugs - Mary.

Jen r. said...

HAve a great trip! I like how you did the letters! Jen R

An Enchanted Cottage said...

Hello Deborah... Hope you are having a wonderful trip. I just want you to know that you have a "Made My Day" award waiting for you on my blog :) Donna

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Devonia said...

Hi Deborah! Thought provoking film... thanks for Sharing! Loved it! I'd love to see Old Town with my own eyes after seeing your teasers.
My bests, Devonia
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