I came across Ryan Sullivan, whom is a film maker whose made waves with his films with Treasure Island and his ability to tell a story about himself and his estranged brother in a haunting and striking way. It's not for everyones taste, yet what is so touching is his brutal honesty and his ability to put him and his brother out there in a medium that is often edited on a more biased effort. He steers clear of those trapings and tells the story through a series of montages and visuals backed with some excellent choices of music. I am pretty impressed, and it takes a bit to impress me.
Let me know what you think? Or better yet tell him what you think. JUst so you know, there is lots of Booty on display so you probably shouldn't be watching this at work, but then again why not.