“The Movie About My Very Life Rages On” OR “Looking For Mr. Handle Bar”

Hello, Lovelies!

Greetings form Movieland! Take a look at my movie date with Mr. Right! We didn’t have a bicycle built for two, but then neither did Paul Newman and Katherine Ross, and they remain iconic cinematic lovers to this day. (We had a teensy bit of trouble, it’s true. But it’ll be fine. Don’t plotz, y’all!)

Stay tuned! There’s more to come. (See that PayPal button over there? Clicking it and giving us whatever you can will help keep the ball rolling. Thanks a ton!)


-Gilda Sue

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The Movie About My Very Life

Hello, Lovelies!

Greetings from an honest-to-goodness movie set. That’s right. The Gilda Sue Rosenstern Computer Internet Show movie is back on track.


This past weekend, my small-but-fabulous crew met up at a camper van back behind the Farmers Market to shoot a small-but-fabulous scene for the movie about my very life. Y’all, it rained, but it also rocked.

ImageThis time Colonel Bruce Hampton of surrealist (absurdist?) rock-n-roll (blues/country/jazz?) musical fame joined in the fun. We didn’t think the movie about my very life could get weirder, y’all, but we were wrong. The Colonel brought much-welcomed weirdness. Thank God. (Thank Bruce!)

IMG_1378Deb Evans, whose van made it all possible, was our hostess with the mostess. Folks, I couldn’t be more grateful for her.

I’d also like to thank Tom Roche, John Prew, Pe’lar Bell, and Josh Williamson for being good humored, resourceful, creative, and above all, real-real cute. My life is nothing without y’all!

Stay tuned folks. More to come!