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By: boycrazy on September 27, 2016
7 Responses to “LOVE ALEXI a short film i wrote & directed about a break up:”
Wow, thank you very much for creating and sharing this, Alexi! For starters, it was moving. You cry very convincingly (even Kenneth Branagh isn’t very good at that!). The dry humor worked well, too, like that sign for the pizza guy or your herpes joke. The most startling part was the decision to share not only your lovely face (and those amazing eyes that drew me here in the first place), but your stunning figure as well! I never thought — despite the “Summer Boobs” video — that we would ever see yours, but we did. The realism of your, er, handling of them worked well, and the love scenes were sensual and romantic.
great work, interesting, brought me some insight, PLEASE email me I have some questions I’ve always wanted to ask you it would mean the most to me
Did this really happen?
Very good video. I’m glad that it looked and wasted time. I received a lot of positive emotions and pleasure.
You wrote and produced a brilliant short film. I’m a 60 year old guy who’s chosen to be a bachelor most of my life. There was a short 6-year marriage that started when I was 34 and lasted for 5-years after which I decided to remain single. Your film, which I’m assuming is based on reality, expressed the emotions and feelings of self doubt we all face when relationships fail. I especially enjoyed the scene at the end when you received the call from old dude and ignored it so you could move on with your life.
I love life, even when it’s unkind, because there is always another adventure around the corner. The pain of rejection and loss eventually fades and we move on into the future with more knowledge and new found strength. Life doesn’t change, but we do. There will always be love, loss, happiness, anger, regrets and pain. Each time we experience these emotions we grow and are better prepared for them the next time around. Loss will still hurt, but that’s just part of life. The important thing is that we continue to grow and never give up on the concept of LOVE!
I’m looking forward to your next creative endeavor and may your life bring you much joy.
More narcissist tripe masquerading as info entertainment. The suffragette feminists of the past would be ashamed. Alexi is a talentless fame tartlet