There comes a time in life, probably a few times actually, when you simply can’t ignore the signs and just have to go with it.
Feast of Love is a movie picked completely at random on December 30, 2011. It would then instantly become the movie I’d aim to watch every single day of 2012 and thus spawned FEAST OF DAN - a name of this blog and the subsequent movie game-show that took almost no effort to come up with. The storyline revolves around the almost endless kinds of love that are available to us, most of which I’ve experienced this year. Finally, among many other things that prove how beautifully natural it was for Feast of Love to become the movie I’d enter into a full-time relationship with this year, Greene Street Films produce it - and for the majority of this year I lived on Green Street.
In my personal life I’ve recently discovered just how important it is to live a life based on feeling and gut instincts. A life where if it feels right, you should do it. So now that I look back, it seems that Feast of Love and I are a perfect example of this - an idea and experience that has been so natural and effortless.
No matter how fucked up.