Preliminary reviews are in for "Who Shot Me: Episode 5 'La Dama.'"
Here is one comment by a Facebook viewer:
"Me quede con la boca abierta. Buenisimo trabajo, y la musica perfecta puro suspenso. Excelente actuacion! Me quede con ganas de mas."
Roughly translated it says:
"I was awestruck! Great work, and the music was perfect: pure suspense. Excellent acting! Total cliffhanger."
More comments by other viewers:
"Great job!" E.Z.S.
"Felicitations! Very well done." B.E.R.M.
"Great idea adding Spanish subtitles." C.A.
"This episode is the best one yet..." M.G.
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Do you have a few minutes to listen to something useful? Sure you do. Or you will. And if you think you don't have the time or cannot make the time to listen to this message, then...listen to this message to learn of possible ways to make time to learn new things when you think you have no time to spare.
I must have sounded a bit repetitive in the past lines with references to "time" but it's crucial that I get the message across to as many people as I can. I want to help others bring out their inner fluid self. That self that is not confined to a singular way of looking at things. That's what this is about. So now that you are privy to the content, take a listen and I welcome your input at the bottom in the comment section.
Talk soon. In the mean time, click to listen:
I talk about haters because sometimes we all feel like we want to hate on someone else because their progress reflects something on us that we don't like. It's normal to feel like you are being left behind. But that is no one else's doing but the individual who feels that. Usually it is a feeling produced by our own fears and self-doubt that keeps us from taking action to make things happen for ourselves. So when someone else takes action we are seeing them exhibit the courage we wish we possessed to do the same. But in the end it comes down to one choice: will you be a hater or a builder? Hating on others' success to mitigate your feelings of inadequacy or building up those who are taking action and thereby joining that positive vibration that will inspire you to have the courage to take action for yourself?
Who in their right mind would have ever thought that a person who's most notable credentials were being rich and being a reality TV star could enter the presidential race and get so incredibly close to winning that even people from his own party are running for the hills in horror?
No one, that's who. But we need not look at this reality we are currently witnessing as an unbelievable shocker. We need to study it and dissect it. Of course, it is much more complex, but to a degree the distinguishing aspect is this: taking action.
Regardless of your politics and who you are voting for, this is a solid rule: When you aspire to big things you take risks in order to achieve them. There is just no way around that equation. (Short cuts always come with huge, often unwanted, caveats.)
This very factor alone explains the success of the current Republican candidate who shall not be named. He gambled on the bit for the presidency and the gamble seems to be paying off. I say this because in spite of his campaign being an overt disaster, having entered the race elevates his brand, therefore, win or lose, he still cashes in.
And that is what it's ultimately all about. Pay day.
At Fluid Chicano Films, The Fluid Chicano website, and all other projects related, the driving motivation is taking action. But not just on the spur of the moment, reactionary, and unfocused action. I mean goal-minded steps toward a certain envisioned future...a destiny.
Last year I began the "Who Shot Me" project with this purpose in mind. To demonstrate first to myself and then to any other who is searching for examples, that whatever it is that exists in one's mind can be brought to reality.
That excuses centered around the idea that you need more education, or more talent, or more equipment, or more money in order to feel comfortable to step in and take action is a loser's mentality.
That only risk-takers stand to gain. Because no one who sits on the sidelines wins a game. No runner sitting on the bleachers wins a race. And no one who hides behind excuses in order to stay in their comfort zone will ever realize their dreams.
So with that in mind, go forth and break free. Make break-throughs. Enter the race. Any race. Start something and don't let anything, not even failure, defeat you.
(Oh yeah, and stay tuned for Episode 5 coming "soon.") :)
How long has it been? Been a while, I know. But all good things take time. Believe it.
In the meantime I got a little teaser for you. Quick. Simple. Not revealing much. But then again it wouldn't be a teaser if it did that. Am I right? Of course I am.
So without further ado, here is the tease. Don't hate the series cuz it plays hard to get. ;)
No. This is not a post about the current presidential election, nor about the characters involved. This is simply an update all the way from deep within the self-imposed hiatus.
I've been checking up on the analytics for this site and have noticed that a lot of people keep coming back every day consistently. I'm sure it is to check whether the newest episode of the series "Who Shot Me" is out yet. Or because of general interest.
Thank you for the interest.
The episode is still in the works. I will be putting it out. It is only a matter of clearing a few hurdles on the personal level. But I won't bore you with that. Suffice to say that you can count on the episode COMING SOON.
In the meantime I will tell you that one thing that has been occupying my time is that I am in the process of a big, huge writing project. I won't specify yet because I am superstitious and do not want to jinx it.
But I will say that I am writing up to 3,000 words on certain days. Other days 2,000. Never less than 1,500.
I have never written this way. I am exited about this outpouring. So I am writing everyday. But I got to be honest. It is overwhelming at times. To think that I have been writing so many pages and the project isn't anywhere near completion. It's somewhat frustrating and scary. Not to mention that life's demands don't let up.
Anyway. That is what is going on. I want to thank my fellow actors and crew (and fans of the series) who have helped me with the series for their continued patience. I know that, as an actor, when I collaborate in a project I want to see the results immediately. Most of the time, that is not possible. But I can assure you it will be worth it.
"The Hand That Rocks The Cradle"
That is the title of a movie from the 1990s. The title itself inspired the title of Who Shot Me: The Series, Episode 5 "The Dame That Rocks The Deck." (Watch the TRAILER).
At first glance I'm sure some may figure it is just a series of words arbitrarily thrown together to attempt to craft a catchy title. But the reality is that every implication of the title is on point.
This villain, played by Myrna Primeaux, is known in the underworld as "La Dama" and she is as cunning as she is stunning. Things happen in the world of Christian Levy versus the dark forces of Chaco, Texas which are not always the effect of direct orders. In this world, not everyone falls in line. Some have their own motivations and motives.
Myrna is the perfect actress to play such a role. She is an entrepreneur, owner of several businesses, a spokesperson/model for several agencies, and an actress. She is a dynamo. If there was anyone in an organization which would challenge the status quo and make moves to their advantage it would be a personality--nay, a force of nature--like Myrna Primeaux.
Stay tuned for the release date for Episode 5 coming soon.
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