Open Wounds

Idea Films and 9 Year Old Sons

Here it is.

The video you’ve been waiting for.

It has nothing to do with my writing (except for the image of the library where my book was for all of 24 hours before it was confiscated and tossed in the garbage along with all the others).

It has everything to do with my son and how he views what happened at Occupy Wall Street. It’s his camera work. I only helped a little with the editing. He chose the music.

His production company is called Idea Films.

I’m on his payroll but only working for the exposure right now.

Hey. You never know.

Enjoy.

Occupy Wallstreet, A Fillm by Max Lunievicz

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4 responses

  1. This is brilliant stuff here, Joe. I can’t believe he’s only 9. When he’s a little older, and prepared to be shocked by the violence that results from the class war, let me know and I will send him a copy of the DVD of “This is What Democracy Looks Like.” It’s a brutal, incredible documentary about the 1999 WTO “riots” in Seattle. I was there and it was ugly.

    Anyway, enough about that. Your son is awesome. He clearly knows what he’s doing, and found some great people to represent this story.

    November 29, 2011 at 9:52 am

  2. Oh man, I hadn’t even watched the whole thing yet when I left that. That’s Max at the end, right? What a great kid.

    November 29, 2011 at 10:10 am

  3. You must be proud!

    Bravo Max! Good luck with Idea Films.

    November 29, 2011 at 11:21 am

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