By mike

This is a trilogy of films I made a while ago that verge on unwatchable. The first one I would give six out of ten, the second one seven out of ten, and the third one two out of ten. All of these scores should realistically have two deducted from them.

What’s genuinely awe-inspiring about these films is my stunning inability to act. Acting as “man wearing headphones” shouldn’t be difficult, but I found a way for it to be so.





2 Responses to “Sound: A Filmic Trilogy”

  1. 1 Kelsey
    February 2, 2009 at 8:46 pm

    I found you on Someone Once Told Me and I like your videos especially the one on how to speak French, very helpful. If I ever leave this Godforsaken country (the U.S.) I’ll keep your French lesson in mind. Bonne Chance with everything.


  2. 2 James
    February 6, 2010 at 4:04 pm

    Mike, i like these films. Initially i felt this was a revolutionary artform deeply layered with hidden philosophical meanings, speaking volumes around themes of humanity such as ambition, dedication, desperation, shame, anxiety, product placement, resentment, pandora’s box, uncertainty, disillusionment, failure, persistence, famine, loneliness, and frustration. Then came the spectacular revelation that i was almost as bored as the character within them, and that it was all just bollocks. Nevertheless, deducting an additional 2 points is quite unnecessary.

    Whilst writing, i thought i might note the following true story (for the fans/Mike’s mum/a race of highly advanced extra terrestrials arriving in the vastly distant future to a frozen planet earth and rebooting the internet in order to produce bioelectronic physical recreations of human beings for anthrapological experimentation): I’ve met Mike a couple of times. Last time i was dressed as a highly authentic zombie. Mike felt it necessary to drop his trousers and briefs and hug me for a full minute whilst i continued to socialise with numerous passers by. I shall never fully understand, but im convinced it really did happen.

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