Thursday, July 3, 2008

"It's a Girl" (the movie)


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This is a movie I made of the poem "It's a Girl" from the collection Honey, I'm Home. Sorry about the poor quality, but it was the only size I could fit on this site. Thanks to Dan and Gregg for the use of their tunes. Enjoy.

P.S. I just posted an acerbic Fourth of July liberal rant then realized what a cliched little bitch I was for doing so and removed it. Let's keep it positive this year.

7 comments:

Lo in one sock said...

Hey Nate,

What a cool beautiful tribute to Paige. Love the music and words and graphics. Awesome meteor. I swear with no car, I'm either hitching to our gig or my boyfriend's giving me a lift after work. Either way, the Italian team will be re-united. Happy Fourth!

Lo

ps: You can check out my blog, "Season of the Witch" at http://logalluccio.blogspot.com. Um, I'm not exactly a family man, but glad you are.

Nate Graziano said...

Lo,

If there's an acoustic guitar (I play a little, very little) we'll end everything with "That's Amore" and close out the reading with that. I don't know. If you could find a good Italian restaurant south of Boston, I suggest going there afterwards. We might have t settle on an Irish pub.

Nate Graziano said...

Hang on. I meant NORTH of Boston, or the North End. Benn drinking a little and watching the Sox clean out the Yankees. Forgive me. I'm saying a rosary.

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Anonymous said...

mr. pitt,
where's the sex scene that has made you so popular with the beautiful women?

beatifully done! happy 4th to you anf the family!

Becky

Brian Fugett said...

this is a beautiful little tribute that i'm sure your daughter will absolutely cherish when she's all grown up...it damn nearly made me cry! fatherhood has turned me into a sentimental little bitch-boy--HAHA! That's no joke.

anyhow, great work, buddy...i love how you have melded poetry with imagery and music...you really have something unique going on with these little films.

donwinter said...

Nate,

Your movie exposes the comedy of the "littles." Great stuff.

Don Winter