A puppy must survive alone in an apartment when its master goes missing on 9/11.
I've enjoyed an successful career in real estate building a $162 million skyscraper and Oprah's Harpo Studios before a real estate crash and divorce robbed me of my spoiled brat millionaire lifestyle in the early 90s. Rather than rebuild my real estate...
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I've enjoyed an successful career in real estate building a $162 million skyscraper and Oprah's Harpo Studios before a real estate crash and divorce robbed me of my spoiled brat millionaire lifestyle in the early 90s. Rather than rebuild my real estate fortune, after ignoring my artistic roots to support a wife, fearful of taking chances hence the divorce, and 2 kids, I chose to pursue my dream film career at the tender age of 45. 15 years later I've become a prolific screenwriter with a PBS film and 3 docs on Amazon and 6 million viewers of my videos on YouTube. In 2009 I began a social media service called BuzzBroz.com that led to work filming Reiki healing and meditation and spirit world celebs like Don Miguel Ruiz. Awakened by this spirit work in 2010 I put my film career on hold until 2013 to complete a mission given to me in meditation from ET angels, 7 feet tall and aqua blue, to conduct planetary meditations to make the end of the Mayan pole shift gentle. This seems insane as I write it, I can imagine how you feel reading it. This goes beyond the usual "Life is stranger than fiction" thing. But I am thrilled that I having completed this ET / spirit work, climaxing in a meditation trip to Antarctica on 12.12.12., I am happy to get back to life as usual. If that is possible after something so profound.
Reviews by KWS 37
A review of A Black & White Worldby KWS on 05/28/2008Congratulations. The score was what struck me most about this film. The idea has been done before but the execution carried the film off and made what could have been boring into an interesting work of art. I felt the story could have used more tension as aside from the dinosaur making a lunge for the hero I never felt the stakes rise through the telling. Best of luck.
A review of Two Minute Holidayby KWS on 05/12/2007A holiday from boredom. Great short here. The noir score and the intensity of the shots work to near perfection in the taught little thriller with an amazing twist I won't spoil, dear review reader. I will simply tell you that this twist is not gratuiotous and works. The audio on the little girl must have been dubbed in as it is the only audio that is off in the film,... read
A review of Dead Loomisby KWS on 04/15/2007Another great short by one of TSs most prolific and talented writer/producer/directors. Elmer once again shares some of his deepest personal memories with us and we should feel honored to be included. The story of a lost friend Loomis joins my favorites here on the site. And the score was wonderful. Loomis lives.