I pledge allegiance to my independent girls in here
Shot in late September 2011, this film tells the story of a girl in search of a life beyond her home in the suppressive suburbs of Pennsylvania. But, instead she finds that things aren’t so different anywhere else. This film features an original score of great depth and style by Mac Kennedy as well as featuring a song by the incomparable Clotworthy. Yet, the true highlight of this film lies with the ensemble cast, particularly Emma Arrick, Adair Arciero, and Andrew Clotworthy. It was a pleasure to make this film, and I hope it is a pleasure to watch. (Also, may I add that the compression for 500MB has left the image at a loss, but DVDs are coming soon).
Money doesn’t impress me. Money only impresses lazy girls. When a woman works hard, a man with money is a bonus, not a ladder to upgrade. #BeAnIndependentWoman #SmartWomenOnlyAcceptSmartMen
"I started working in the fields when I was five. After that, I worked construction for thirty years. Eight years ago, I was between jobs and I wanted to do something useful, so I started going to school. It took me 8 years to get through middle school, because I could only go to classes when work was slow, but I finished with a 9.3 out of 10. Now I’m moving on to high school. The toughest part is Algebra."
(Mexico City, Mexico)
This is a truly amazing story of twin sisters separated at birth who discovered each other at age 25 through social media (see Facebook message above in which Anais reached out to Samantha for the first time). One lives in London and the other in L.A. and the two have shared a close bond since meeting. They recently took a trip together to their birthplace, Seoul, Korea, and now they’re hoping to make a film together about their story. Check out their kickstarter campaign here. Story via buzzfeed.
"I DON’T WANT TO BE TOO LINDSAY LOHAN."
GUYS ONE IS FROM LONDON AND THE OTHER IS FROM CALIFORNIA I DON’T THINK YOU UNDERSTAND HOW PARENT TRAP THIS IS