Waiting in line at Prospector theater at 8:00 am, I am surrounded by coffee cups, hand-held touch screen devices and a rainbow of fur. There are some people mixed in too. It becomes apparent that while waiting in line at Sundance that the native language is schmooze. Locals refused to partake; I try.
Even at this absurd time of day that no man should ever be awake to experience, I am jittery, eagerly anticipating another film at Sundance. I take a sip of my coffee.
‘You in the business?” I turn around to face a tuft of chest hair poking through a dark orange North Face jacket. I look up to find a scruffy face shielded by top-dollar sunglasses and topped off with a taupe.
“Blogging. I blog,” I nod. “How about you?”
“Mark Higgins, Google,” he slipped me a business card. “This is my wife Leanne.” Red lipstick covered implants smiled at me as she offered her hand in my direction. “So you doing reviews or what’s your beat?” Mark inquired. (more…)