‘Loves Park’ now available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Grxg0C
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“This one is a keeper in all aspects…stylistically beautiful!” – Chicago Magazine
“It’s a very distinctive cinematic voice and I appreciate this unique vision and approach to the usual ‘frustrated housewife’ story. Stylistically it’s very original and bold, I really appreciated that.” – Ania at Visit Films
When pregnant housewife Edie Canody learns her father-in-law has passed away, she and her husband Benjamin return to a disquieting small town of Loves Park for the funeral. Edie is surprised when Benjamin mysteriously decides to stay and run his family’s business. Edie’s behavior soon becomes increasingly bizarre as more time spent in Loves Park is eerily drawn out against her wishes.
Currently listening to 104.9 The X Morning Show Interview with Director/Producer Carol Rhyu:
Recently I heard schizophrenics ‘do not hear the other side. They *are the other side.’ I also do not really believe in space/time concepts anymore which are too limiting and are only modes of perception and experience. Beyond this there is only pure consciousness – infinite possibilities infinite lives infinite universes which are existing as fractals of one unified experience. If you can imagine it everything you are and have ever wished to become you have already been. You think it you become aware of it. Therefore it existed/exists/will exist.
My room is a mess. I’m too lazy to clean it up. Because it will eventually become a mess again.
I kept two versions of this photo. In the first one, I am staring directly into the phone camera. I suppose that is a version where I look ‘decent.’ After I took the photo, I thought my room looked so messy. What a mess. In this version, I have taken so many photos of myself that looked ‘ugly,’ I grew tired and started to yawn at myself.