At school, bullies were never welcome in our presence, and all the students knew it. We were always chasing bad kids. But now that I think about it, we were probably the bullies. Continue reading Spirit in the Sky
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A skeptical and rude person consults a psychic after losing his wife. *Read the short story and watch the short film at the end. #ShortFilm #ShortStory #ThePsychic Never before in my life did I consider visiting a psychic or a palm reader. Even though I’ve seen that place in the corner over a hundred times. I never had a reason to go. I wasn’t even curious, not even if I got a free consultation. I knew I was a rational person. Believing in ghosts or the afterlife was not my thing. But after the real-life… Continue reading The Psychic
Filming the hit-man and his driver planning their next assignment was a little complicated. But shooting the crew was fun. Read the short story and watch the 4min. short film at the end. #ShortStory #ShortFilm #PartTimeActor They began shooting at ten in the morning. The entire crew was ready when the Director gave the first instructions of the day: “Camera, action!” The first scene of the day was between two actors, John the hit-man and Sharon his driver. They sat in the living room across from each other. John cleans a gun. “Man, this gun looks real,” John says. “Cut!” … Continue reading Part-Time Actor
You were always trouble, it seemed. A Houdini in reverse, never wanting to disappear. Continue reading Levitating
The main actor was a little precocious, even for a three-year-old kid. He required naps in between takes. He also demanded milk and cookies during breaks. His real name was Lucius Night, which was perfect for the role. There was no need to change it. Continue reading Method Actor
“Wow, at this point you could be one of my worse clients ever. You almost stepped over the line. You were disrespectful, not just blunt. If you leave now I wouldn’t feel offended; instead, I would be pleased. Tell me, why would you go to church if you have no faith?” she replied.
I must have lost a million brain cells when I hit my head. I hope I still have some left.I don’t remember my age either. This so absurd and confusing.
Continue reading An Accidental Dream