I can imagine no more fitting venue than YouTube for distribution of the innovative and provocative independent film, Four Eyed Monsters, where it will live until August.  The film highlights a love story that began on the Internet, developed through a flutter of letters, text messages and notes (and, initially, without verbal communication).  The project, in the words of the subjects/lovers/filmmakers is all about “the process” and has no clear resolution. 

Spout.com has offered the filmmakers one dollar for every viewer that registers on its film review site.  Do your part and support the arts by clicking here.  (It’s painless; trust me.)

I’ve been following the making of Four Eyed Monsters for a while; the three to fifteen-minute behind-the-scenes glance at this extraordinary project have certainly intrigued, and the feature film does not disappoint.  It allows a peek into the minds of two brilliant and troubled artists with a truly unique cinematic voice.  The delivery matches the peculiarity and reflexivity of the concept itself. 

Check it out…


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