A short film written by Valentine Mark Herman, produced and directed by Jinny Pearce. With Rider Heise-Pearce, Elasa, Jinny Pearce and Douglas Heise.

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Comment by Valentine Mark Herman on June 11, 2013 at 9:20pm

Ther sequel -- if it is ever to be filmed -- is one of my 'romantic adventures'.

Anyone interested in my past, present or future romances should apply here....

Comment by Mail Art Martha on June 11, 2013 at 8:05pm

Very good! Great actors, superb direction and I love Rider's costumes. Did he ever get his dinner? How does it feel to be transparent? Will there be a sequel? So many questions, a film truly searching in the depth of the psique, at least in the depth of the box. And no animals were harmed either.

Comment by Jinny Pearce on June 8, 2013 at 6:10pm

Only got the one, Dean, but since we go by box now it just acts as a mobile storage unit. Come n get it! Hope you have good parking karma.

Comment by Dean aka Artist in Seine on June 8, 2013 at 12:51pm

Wonderful video.  My guess is you will not be needing your cars anymore.  Can I have one?

Comment by Valentine Mark Herman on June 8, 2013 at 11:14am

True, but notwithstanding Warhol's ventures in to music (Lou Reed, David Bowie, the Ramones, etc) Jagger made more money with his music.

Here's a non Warhol Campbell Polo-minted can (lying on its side, cos i can't seem to manage to rotate the photo).

Peter Blake's Sgt Ppepper album cover is a real classic. Blake apparently wrote to all the people still alive to get their consent. I think Marlene Dietrich came up with something funny when she agreed to be in it -- but I can't remember what!

We are noa a LONG WAY from Do Not Open

Comment by Jinny Pearce on June 8, 2013 at 6:09am

Erni and Val. Not much feeling one way or t'other for Warhol (though he shur could sling a pen at a shoe). . . but a giant fan of Bardot, a three legged dog who lives in Nashville, Tennessee who was once or twice very near Bardo and thought she was near it many times since. Girl hates, just hates, the car.. . but loves gallows humor. 

Comment by Valentine Mark Herman on June 8, 2013 at 5:52am

Erni, at least the Bardot's are giving some comfort to animals. I, too, saw the Brillo boxes once (in Vienna), and, I must admit, wasn't particularly impressed, buty then it was some 40 years after Andy hade been maling these sort of artistic statements, and, thanks to Andy, things had considerably moved on.

You will know, of course, of Andy's Campbell soup can works. The Man himself said that he never received any free cans of soup from Campbell. Promotion & marketing must have been very different in those days!

The end. val

Comment by Valentine Mark Herman on June 7, 2013 at 11:25pm

Bardo or Bardot?

Where is Brigitte? (No don't bother answering that as I know whe she is and more or less what she is doing)

Warhol's Brillo Pads or Star Trek's "Beam me up, Scotty?"

Comment by Jinny Pearce on June 7, 2013 at 9:51pm

Ha! Don't worry-I take you in all Erniness. 

Comment by Jinny Pearce on June 7, 2013 at 7:53pm

Erni-I don't think one needs to be around this site long to know know the degree of seriousness to take of you!

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