A Fragile Cyberspacian Ecosystem Filled With Peace And Angelic Warmth
Friday, July 13, 2012
In this edition of Angel Watchers I am featuring a return to Hale Lytle and "Henley". See my previous post at this link: Henley - Hale Lytle Craig Macneill, the very gifted writer/director of "Henley", is working right now on an extended version of the film-short. I can't wait for it to be released, as "Henley" is so good, it leaves one wanting for more. Hale Lytle is astonishingly believable as Ted Henley, who sells roadkill to his father John (played very realistically by James Vidos), who owns and runs the rundown, The 60 Henley Motel. I'm surprised that there isn't more buzz about Hale on the internet, because he is a very talented actor, and has a great future ahead of him in the movie business. For a very short time, yahoo.com streamed the complete version of the "Henley" short online. The movie is eleven minutes and twenty-eight seconds long. It's unfortunate that "Henley" is no longer available for viewing online, as it is a remarkable film, that has a very haunting and wistful quality to it. The video below is a cool photo montage that was put together by the producers of "Henley". Safe journeys to all the fans of Angel Watchers, wherever you may be.