Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer

Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer
And in the End was the Word, Amy's Word

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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Inspiration for the movie Secret Window

The movie, Secret Window is a movie about me.  That may sound fanciful.  I am a world renown porn star of thirty plus years.  It is a propaganda film.  I image that people started to feel sorry for  me.  The secret societies new that they had to create the illusion that I had a dangerous mind.  The main character is named Mort (as in death) his wife is name Amy.  Mort has multiple personalities and he ends up committing several murders.  A black guy and a white witness are murdered and his wife and her boyfriend.  While the wife is named Amy it is actually Mort that explores multiple personalities. " Shoot her " (directive?) was carved into the furniture.  The year prior to the making of this movie, I had an "episode" in which I carved words into furniture, just like the Depp character.  Mort tries on a hat and says "dairy farmer".  My ex was a dairy farmer.  At the turn of the century I had TMJ, the character Mort hyper extends his jaw frequently.  I had it from professionally performing fellatio, but thought it was from saying the Rosary out loud to frequently.

The title Secret Window is about how the world has had a secret view of my life.  This has been done via family and friends who exploited me.
Many movies are in code about real things going on in our society.

The message of the Big Boys to the public was, this porn star with multiple personalities is the dangerous one, not us.

The corn in the movie represented phallic imagery--as in my alter personality I have had so many men.

I say that Johnny Depp was projecting his own political alliances and politics (which are brutal) onto my "character".

My art is violent at times, as I work out the spiritual alliances that have occurred over my 55 years.  I am not the character that Johnny and David Koepp created, but I appreciate the effectiveness of the depiction.

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