I posted more of The Harvest. I'm slowing down the pacing a little bit and filling in more narrative between the dialogue. I kind of want to make the android and men invisible, except when there is some important revelation. They are not the main characters after all, but I want Alan's point of view to see them, really see them and humanize them without being overt.
Last night, I went to see Blade Runner 2049. The year, of course, is funny because if we make it past the corporate-fascists, the world won't be nearly that advanced as the movie portrays. Anyway, there were some things I really liked about the film like the soundtrack and imagery. It had a similar feel to the first movie, but it wasn't as action-packed. The main character killed one android in the beginning and that was it. There was no chase and the mystery wasn't as compelling in this film.
Also, there were plot gaps, which I won't spoil, but I think I need to watch it again.
Harrison Ford, obviously, was amazing in his role. That man is so damned hot. I really enjoyed watching him act; it's the chin scar, I swear, and that intense look he gives. Mmmm mmm.
Well, I woke up too early with the urge to write and now, need to have my own android dreams, if I am to make my 8:30a.m. yoga class.
Dream digitally. #Resist
Dr. Jesú Estrada,