Brian John Mitchell's Lost Kisses started in 2002, a stickman comic about a self-centered jackass trying to forge a heart of gold, transferred to DVD with a making of.
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Label: Silber Media
Catalog ID: 073
Squidco Product Code: 12207
Packaging: DVD snap case
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"Lost Kisses started as a mini-comic in 2002 in response to a request from the San Jose Museum of Art for a current publication from zinester/ cartoonist Brian John Mitchell. The matchbook-sized comics are time consuming to construct & made them difficult to produce in the quantity they were demanded. The solution was creating slow cartoon versions that simulated the feel of reading the comics. In 2005 the Lost Kisses videos garnered interest for television development, but things fell through & video rights were tied up for the next few years. So here it is 2009 & with the help of the North Carolina Arts Council we're able to bring you a DVD collection of Lost Kisses.
Lost Kisses: My Life is Sad & Funny tells ten stories of loss, confusion, & self-loathing disguised by self-deprecating humor. Our stickman deals with poor life choices, failed relationships, mental health issues, & death. The basic hazards of life in the 21st century. Our hero is a self-centered jackass trying to forge a heart of gold. Are the stories funny or sad? Fact or fiction? Art or childish rants? Maybe they're all of these things. Lost Kisses doesn't try to be more than it is. It's not a telling of the next great American saga; it's just stories with emotional accuracy. So try not to think about things too much & just sit back & laugh at someone else's pain."-Silber Media
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