I decided to write a travelogue to Palm Springs and the screening of; Miss Fisher and The Crypt of Tears at the Palm Springs Film Festival! No spoilers for the movie, just description of my day trip and my reaction the film and seeing the cast and crew in person. rismovieblog.wordpress.com/2020/01/29/mis
Chatting With Sherri welcomes back Melissa Good on 2/4/20 at 7 pm pacific http://tobtr.com/11670694
Chatting With Sherri welcomes back TV director TJ Scott on 2/9/20 at 4pm pacific http://tobtr.com/11666727
Last time on Chatting With Sherri;
Chatting With Sherri welcomed; Producer/Creator/Co-Writer/Author; David Oman about The Oman House, though it was not the estate it was on a corner lot his house is thought to be visit by the victims of Charles Manson’s terror. We talk about the time period, Sharon Tate and why he bought this house ; http://tobtr.com/11658775
Chatting With Sherri welcomed back photographer; Chris Loomis, we had a blast talking about what inspires him, tv shows, movies and styles and what is coming up next, really an exciting and fun chat; http://tobtr.com/11653345
Chatting With Sherri welcomed back talented actor; Brice Bexter, we talked about my seeing Miss Fisher and The Crypt of Tears at the time he had not seen it yet, his new movie Redemption Day, we had a lively chat! http://tobtr.com/11645505
We chatted with new author; Sandra Shaw Homer and I had a lovely chat about writing, gardens and travel; http://tobtr.com/11648877
It was great welcoming back; Actor/Rock Photographer; Michael Strider, we had such fun we talked about music, photo’s and how he started in the business. And how he changed his life and now he has a very important charity that we chat about too. http://tobtr.com/11645501
I loved the setting an artist community in a small Scottish fishing village. The passions are for fishing and art, which is a strange mix to me but interesting to read. Obliviously, Dorothy Sayers knows this place well and loves it. It shows a great fondness for the surroundings.
I’ve read this one a few times, it his hard to through the different accents but you get the rhythm after a while it gives it a depth that makes it sparkle.
The man who is killed is a very unlikable person. I kind of prefer a sympathetic victim myself, but there is a fascinating lot of suspects. All artists, all temperamental and different in their own way. A lot of prejudices come into play of the time, if you know history it is easy to follow if you don’t you may have to look some things up to understand.
It comes to a surprising conclusion and it all hangs one piece of evidence that is essential to every artist that is missing at the scene of the crime. I won’t tell you what it is because it will ruin the fun but if you paint will get it really quickly though it make take you a bit to figure out.