DEAD RIVER PINK
There can never be a sequel to Dead River Rough Cut, it just can’t be done. However, Richard and I are talking about a new movie, tentatively titled Dead River Pink. We do know about Ann LaBastille, but unfortunately she died just a couple of months ago. Certainly there are some “woodswomen” out there living a “rustic” life. They don’t exactly dislike men, but they want to make their own decisions and have discovered that it’s simply less hassle and more rewarding to live alone. This is not to say that they’re adverse to spending time with a guy, but they just don’t want to live with one. Maybe she’s an artist/writer living in the forest. Maybe she’s an herbalist, but at night she’s a street walker. Maybe she works in a bank, but retreats to her shack in the woods. Maybe she does every conceivable thing to avoid a “real” job. Maybe she’s a migrant farm worker who follows the harvests. Maybe she’s a Native American who has gone back to the “traditional life.” Regardless, she has to be charismatic, dynamic, outspoken and fearless. Any suggestions would be most appreciated.
I write about bread and wood-fired bread ovens. Sourdough bread baking is my specialty. While the dough is rising I have time to make art, lots of art. Each winter I travel to Guatemala to build energy efficient stoves for the Mayas.