Our Children of Invention Are Smarter/More Successful/Likely to Give Us Grandkids Than Your Children of Invention
Jen and I typically, like Morrissey, hate it when our friends become successful.
Every so often, however, this is not the case.
Like right now, for example: we’ve been watching our pen pal Tze Chun’s film, Children of Invention, make the festival rounds and rack up gobs of sparkling accolades and awards. And they’re not little awards, either: Special Jury Prizes at the Nashville, Sarasota, and San Francisco International Asian American Film Festivals (for example), The Grand Jury Prize at the Independent Film Fest in Boston, blah blah blah win win win. Agh!
And you wanna know something? We couldn’t be happier. Weird.
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