Drew’s Latest Film

October 21st, 2010

If you don’t have anything better to do, check out Drew’s latest film ‘The Secret’.

I came home from work last week to find ‘world’s saddest song’ had been googled on my computer.  I was wondering what it was for and then I saw the film – and well it all just clicked.

If you only have scant amounts of time to waste, fast forward to 2:27 to view the unforgettable, unparalleled mourning scene with accompanying ‘drinking problem’.  Because sometimes the best way to communicate sadness to an audience – is to struggle with basic eye/hand coordination.

Calder as Background,



  • LucyJoy:

    Those boys have wonderful imaginations! I think they have a great future ahead of them! “Time to Rock and Roll!”

  • susan:

    BOYS!! What is it about guns….and the sunglasses!!! At night no less. Then you have the Bach toccatta musice interspersed a few times!

  • km:

    That was superb! Excellent action and suspense. Great acting and music.
    I am very impressed that even the supervillian remembered to take off his shoes on the wooden floors. I also have to say, Rechelle, your book shelves!!!!!!!!!I love them and want them right now. Books over my window, books everywhere.
    Can I live with you guys???

  • Martha in Kansas:

    I loved this! They’re very creative!

    The whole time I was watching, I heard my mother’s voice. “You filmed INSIDE without warning me — I should have cleaned the house first.” “At least they remembered to take off their shoes.” Etc. That’s not to say that your house is dirty, but my mother’s assumption was always that something should be cleaned before the public could come in.

  • mavis:

    More funding for the arts!!!

  • Fl Liz:

    LOL !! Very well done. Some of the shots were excellent – the hand and gun falling on the carpet… the back lit silhouette coming down the hall..etc.
    Reminds me of my lads at that age, but the editing software is much better these days. Looking forward to more!

  • joanlvh:

    great movie making !

  • Great stuff. Drew has a future in film-making.

  • MissTeach:

    “SQUARE”….or was the misspelling part of the humor?

    • Rechelle:

      Drew struggle with ‘the details’ sometimes. He’s a bit like his mother.

      • MissTeach:

        Spelling mistakes are often a sign of ignorance or giftedness. Your son falls in the latter group, no doubt. I’m the teacher who spotted the man riding a bull (or lion) on your roof a while back, so details plague me. It’s a curse.

        • Rechelle:

          Yes Miss Teach – let’s go with giftedness (with a heavy dose of ignorance) or maybe the other way around? Either way – I love that kid.

  • km:

    Geez my 10 year old must be very gifted altogether Here’s a reminder list he wrote last year in preparation for a swim meet.

    The food part he got right. Now that, he gets from his mother:)