p.s. Hey. ** H, Hi. It does sound kind of dreamy where you are. I do imagine that Coney Island would have some kind of collateral beautifying effect on its surroundings. The sound work is hard and slow, but it’s going very well, thank you. ** David Ehrenstein, Hi. Ah, yes, apt. ** Steve Erickson, It was indeed SB. On the one hand, I don’t think his recurring ‘threats’ have the intended effect, but on the other hand who knows what his intention is. I thought Bonello’s YSL film was god awful. Subtlety doesn’t seem to work on social media. You would think the ‘Amelie’ reference would have sold the irony, but so many people’s minds turn into ham fists, at least on FB, almost automatically. ** Dóra Grőber, Hi! My pleasure. Dl and writer Thomas Moronic’s work is something somewhat similar to that job with troubled kids, and I know from him that it’s hard to shake off but that he also loves doing it. Oh, fantastic, about the bookshop interview! I can only imagine you will ace that in a heartbeat. Let me know. Yeah, I think for Zc’s and my films, the goal/dream is to make the film sell/convey itself without the dressing of added-on music. My god Bresson only allowed music in his films when it was played ‘live’ within the film, and that has always seemed to me the ultimate way to work with music. My day wasn’t much different than usual either. The only difference was that the search for ambient film sounds yesterday just involved the editor going through his storage of existing atmosphere sounds, so Zac and I were let go for the afternoon since there was nothing for us to do. We’ll start laying them in today. Was Wednesday cool and any different for you? ** Sypha, Hi, James. I haven’t read ‘It’, so I’ll be virginal, although I have seen pieces of the earlier Tim Curry version here and there. Ha, re: the pickiness of the super nihilists: that is bizarre. ** _Black_Acrylic, Hey. Good, good. I would imagine Andrew is probably imagining a set up that isn’t the set up that y’all are thinking and that a meeting will do the trick. Happy for you about Leeds United, man. ** Misanthrope, Oh, Patti LaBelle is just your fanciful nickname for your original concoction, I see. Sweet. Food as house pet? Normal, whew, man! Relief sigh. We’re all pre-diabetic? Even me? Yikes. Or, huh, cool. Ick re: the pube. All I know about ‘Call Me By Your Name’ is what I read around. I did see the trailer. It looks, you know, sweet. Unconventionally conventionally sweet. ** Armando, Hi. Oh, shit, that sucks. Maybe it’ll show up in some archival area of the blog. I’ll check. I’m glad the film hit the heights you wanted. Today Zac and I work on the sound for our film beginning shortly from right now until the sun goes down. The usual. You take care too. ** Thomas Moronic, Hi, T. Cool, glad to have made the introduction. Well, me too re: the failure of language, as you know. That’s almost the driving force. Maybe not even almost. Can’t wait! Have an awesome day. ** Bill, Hi, B. I do like the idea of Burroughs being vocoded until his tics and dulcet tone are six feet under. Yeah, PM has never been to a Halloween haunted house. Being from Denmark and all of that. Fun. ** Right. Up there is another one of my arguments that the simple act of stacking GIFs can have a sweet and unexpected pay off. See you tomorrow.