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Chinaski said:personally i love music docs.
The genius of David Attenborough:
I'm there, standing to the side off-camera. The bat Attenborough is holding and talking to is actually something he impromptu made out of a piece of duct tape with sticks and other objects to look like a head and arms because right before this was shot he decided he didn't want to hold a struggling bat and hurt it. Notice a couple of times how he wiggles it so it looks like the head is moving. He did that in one take, too.
If you're choosing a real person, y'all should choose David Attenborough. I had the chance to spend a few days with him on a couple of different documentary filmings, and he's as delightful of a human being as you would hope he would be. On one of the occasions, I was there for the sole reason of telling him where not to step on rare plants, but all day long he kept asking me questions about the natural history of that site. I'm almost certain he actually knew the answers to everything was asking, but he has an uncanny talent for making you feel like you are an invaluable and crucial source of information needed to complete his work.
Man, I don’t know what I’d do in these miserable times without having a pack of wonderfully talented children around to cheer me up.and 5 others.Our society bitches incessantly about how entitled and worthless this generation of kids are, but I see exactly the opposite. My kids and their friends (from early teens to early 20s) amaze me at their optimism, righteous anger to make the world better, realistic acceptance of the challenges that face their generation, and understanding of the hard work that will be required of them.What awesome things are your kids doing?My 14 year old daughter’s latest work.