Loss of Mt. Rainier

Loss of Mt. Rainier is a film I made a while back. It is an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s short story “Loss of Breath”. In addition to being very happy with the way it turned out, I had a great time making the film and got the chance to work with a lot of talented people. I’ve posted a brief description of the film below.

When a social media star slips into a catatonic state, his body is abused on a macabre journey to the top of Mt Rainier.

Loss of Mt. Rainier from Mike Gray on Vimeo.

5 thoughts on “Loss of Mt. Rainier

  1. The AI apocalypse will be near when you ask a chatbot to describe Harrison Ford and it says, “Sleepy, but also angrily diffident.”

    It’s over then folks. It’s over.

  2. Are you a Golden Girl? Are you not able to deny their impact on pop culture? Then join the GGAA (Golden Girls Association of America)!

  3. In all seriousness, I remember Mike criticizing Lynch once long ago at his bro’s wedding…but he spends a few years in Washington State…and look what happens.

    1. My students wanted to watch Eraserhead a quarter or so ago, so we did. I wanted to play them the Bruce McColloch homage to watching the film, but I didn’t.

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