Well, I tell ya, this guy or gal is an n-tuple threat... cinematographer, editor, writor, set decorator, camera and electrical department, caterer... I guess you have to be these days, in the age of those Red cameras, and of movies shot completely on one Canon Rebel EOS that was borrowed from the student newspaper building. Looks pretty good, I hate to say! On the other hand, how many of those Facebook messages in your inbox would you rather not have anymore? I don't know how to delete those! I guess they're yours forever. Not the ones from F@ce800k $ecur!ty threatening to take your account offline, mind you. No, the ones from your dear friends who have investment opportunities in all their latest and greatest "film" projects. Anything will help, even a piddly five dollars, of course, and you get an assistant producer credit. Nothing to join the PGA over, of course, but it's still prestige-ish.
Still, I can't help but feel a little depressed. Check out this title here: "Atlantic Crossing: A Robot's Daring Mission." But the more I think about it, the more I remember that robots do lead much more interesting lives than people lately, what with things like interplanetary travel, bomb defusing, Roombas... before you know it, we'll be having Dos Equis commercials with the most interesting robot in the world selling us beer. If there were robots like Bender that could enjoy beer, surely Dos Equis would be the beverage of choice? Stay human, The Movie Hooligan... stay human.
...oh, I guess Chantal is a chick. Here's her YouTube channel. Freestyling to Sean Paul's "Temperature"! A very dope choice indeed. He seems even whiter than Pitbull somehow; go figure.