Friday, July 2, 2010

Settings: Part 29

This house is too good not to use as a setting for a movie, if only for my favorite blog game! So, lets channel our inner Van Sant, Soderbergh and von Trier ... if this were the setting for a scene in a film, what would happen here?

7 comments:

Mister Earl said...

Behind the innocent-looking facade of this insurance-company building, operates an insidious organized-crime syndicate...

Anonymous said...

Mike Brady finally divorces Carol and this is his bachelor pad.

Judy Williams said...

I immediately thought of a set for The Twilight Zone with Rod Serling standing off to the side with his signature intro to the show. Maybe the people inside are aliens, or clones. Perhaps it is a miniature world and astronauts have landed to discover Lilliputian sized people dwelling inside this match box building.......

Trish said...

On a dark, new moon night, a handful of kids came, slightly tipsy, with rolls of TP, ready to do the deed and make the house look like one of the cake wrecks, only to be scared off by the local police cruising by to check the neighborhood. Amazing what those small mounds of dirt can hide if a kid lays flat enough while the cops drive by.

ahem...or, that's what I'd think *could* happen there...;-)

Vanda said...

I was thinking of a modern remake of "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari". Those trees are scarily surreal looking.

-K- said...

It reminds me of a Billy
Wilder movie. But then again, nearly everything reminds me of Billy Wilder movie.

Laurie said...

Nice, people!

K, everything reminds me of either a Wilder movie or a line from F. Scott Fitzgerald. (Although this picture, oddly, reminds me of neither...)

Trish. I'm shocked. :-)

Until tomorrow...