About an hour and a half. Giant man-eating birds fly below.
Good thing for the leaf brushes.
It's like......Land of the Lost without Chaka and Sleestacks.
Saturday, January 10, 2009, 01:31 PM ( 19 views ) - New images - Posted by AdministratorI've been so involved in my own freelance business for the past 4 years that I've hardly watched any films and most of them were documentaries. I'm really glad that I was able to finally watch God Grew Tired of Us as it is an excellent documentary about the Lost Boys of the Sudan.
I highly recommend it if you're into documentaries as I am.
Some other interesting documentaries that I've recently watched were:
March of the Penguins(excellent)
Cracking the Maya Code(no, not Maya the software, you nerds...)
The Business of Being Born(excellent)
Woodie Guthrie:Ain't Got No Home
American Masters:Andy Warhol
Encounters At the End of the World
Man on a Wire(excellent)
and of course, a bunch of BBC documentaries.
and a few others that I can't remember right now.
The entire sequence basically went like this:
1-Preparing to blast off, on the launching pad.
2-Flight through space. Several images would be projected or shown on very thin LCD screens on the stage and the floor. I can't remember the exact name for the technology since it's been at least 7-8 months since I've worked on it.
3-Landing on Planet Perfecto. Apparently, Oakenfold only comes out around 2am, balloons fall, all kinds of stuff pops up/out and black light comes on.
-Oh, and Happy New Year!