When you were a kid, didn't you want to create something that was all yours: where you, and only you, did the acting, directing, set, lights, sound -- the works? (I know: Certain adult film-
makers still cling to this vision.) Well, now you can see what just such a thing might look like, as Zachary Oberzan and his not-just-DIY-but-DI-all-Y movie FLOODING WITH LOVE FOR THE KID gets a week's run at Anthology Film Archives.
ently was watered down considerably for the movie version. Conse-
quently, his little lark begins to grow in stature as it moves along.
graphy often seems no classier than the stills shown here). Oberzan is on record as stating that he laid out in cash less than $100 bucks to make the movie (and on what, I wonder did he spend that money?). Still, there are so many photographic effects and editing necessary here, that if he'd had been able to pay himself even a $10 hourly wage, I'd wager he'd have earned $10,000.