Mr. DiCillo is under intense sedation at the moment. He has asked me to fill in for him while he is incapacitated. Just before going under he completed the final Promotional Video for his film DELIRIOUS. He asked me to share it with you HERE.
This one is called "Casting Michael Pitt," whatever that means.
On behalf of Mr. DiCillo I thank you for your patience and understanding while he recuperates.
Dr. Everett L. Owen, PH. D
NY Behavioral Institute of Clinical Psychology (NYBICP)
Don’t dye your hair.
Good luck with the box office results.
Oh, jeezus, now you just made my back go out again. I too have not seen too many posters but have been unable to acknowledge my concern about it. Now you’ve brought it home. I can’t believe anybody even knows the film is out there based on the kind of visual presence the film has.
Who are you going to write to?
Stupidbad. Quite excellent.
Yes, a vacation is coming; starting tomorrow. As I said to Rite above, I’m sorry the little films are done too. Chioke and I had a lot of fun. I met him at an early screening of the film in Brooklyn. He handed me his card and asked me what was planned to advertise the film on the web. I said, “Huh?”
Next morning I called him and he told me his idea. At first I was actually very nervous–you know portraying myself that way. It is of course an exaggeration but like all comedy not far from the truth! (in terms of how desperate you can feel sometimes)
But, we had a blast. I’m glad you laughed. Wow, if you could hear the years of hysteria just underneath the comedy your hair would turn white.
I hereby promise to tell that tale on August 19, 2010.
I guess you made it into NYC or else the Chinese have already bootlegged the movie into Toronto.
Glad you liked it. I put a lot of work into the sound editing. I love the combination of sound and image used in a way that is dramatically surprising. I chose the war footage shown on Les’ Dad’s TV, to underscore the battle about to come and because it was free.
Can’t believe you caught the Igleby. Good ears.
I am fried, in more ways than one. But, just knowing you are waiting with a barely supressed giggle is tremendous inspiration. I’ve got some free time coming up and I will endeavor to fulfil my obloggations.
Of course the first thing I’ll hear tomorrow is how the “Weekend” was in terms of Box Office. Can’t fokkin wait…
Many thanks for your kind nod on TISBuscemi.com. I love the way your site looks. Wish to one day know how the hell you do it.
keep up the good work.
Just kidding. Now is the time to breathe. I’m sure you haven’t been doing much of that in the last nine months or so.
Thanks for writing. I appreciated your note very much. I checked out your sites and it looks like you are up to all kinds of cool mischief.
Again, none of them were scripted. We just sketched out the basic idea a moment or two before shooting and let the cameras roll. Of course Chioke and I discussed some practical things that were needed, like the blonde wigs and sunglasses.
But that is the last one. The money ran out, bro.