Coal Miner's Daughter
The Outlaw Josie Wales
I tell it like it used to be.
On a late-spring evening...maybe late April or early May...by myself with a glass of Blanton's...I watch To Kill A Mockingbird to remind me, again, why I choose to do what I do.
The South: Heat and Spanish moss. A Strange hot land of courtly manners and sudden violence, elegance and anger.
"Inspiration" (w/ Greta Garbo)
WWII documentary films
"How To Marry a Millionaire"
"The Opposite Sex" (1956 color remake of "The Women")
Nearly any pre-code movie that's on in the 0:dark-hundred hours of the morning... there's just something so cozy and comforting about watching those films at that time.
"Waiter, will you serve the nuts? I mean, will you serve the guests the nuts?"