“So how can we harness it? For starters, we can put this untapped celestial search engine to good use. If Mercury’s primary universal purpose is to teach us that knowledge is power, doesn’t it make sense that it only goes retrograde to remind us that ignorance is not bliss? It does to me, which is why I make a checklist of “Things-I-Absolutely-Need-To-Know” for each Mercury “rewind.” Trust me, you should too. It’s as effective as it is empowering. In fact, the next time Mercury goes retrograde, why not throw a little cosmic caution to the wind and get out from under that bed and start looking for something. Anything.” – Marguerite Manning … READ MORE …
if you’re at Comic-Con, please check us out at the E1 Entertainment booth (#216) since they are promoting/distributing our film.~sb PS_love this quote about our film-“The stunning noir style of […]
“What attracted me was its origins in the old-school film noir of the 1930’s and 1940’s – that’s something we don’t get to see in today’s era of quick flashes, big bangs, and dumbed-down moviemaking to appeal to the lowest common denominator. Movies rarely require you actually think. That’s what YESTERDAY WAS A LIE does – it makes you think, and that’s a very good thing.”-Bill Williams … read/see ~more~
Yow! I pondered why these last 4½ Weeks were so intense, extraordinary and wildly out of sync / in sync for Family and Friends, (quase)Beau and Business. Mercury Retrograde became a buzzword – or buzz phrase – recently, and probably for good reason.
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Surreal experience to be sitting in a church watching “Yesterday Was A Lie” on a big screen for the “Spirit of Star Trek” series screening (and discussion afterwards). “a mind-scrambling tour de force that examines the consequences when a young woman’s personal timeline collapses and her life falls into non-linear chaos. This is a highly creative film that assumes the viewer has a brain (and requires the viewer to keep it fully engaged throughout).” … ~read/see more~