Monday, September 08, 2008

Waltz No. 8

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This is a portion of a short film I worked on in May. It is called Waltz No. 8 directed by Ann Acacia Kim. It is the story of an elderly woman named Sylvia who finds an old photo of herself that brings back a memory and flood of emotion. I play the part of "young Sylvia" in the flashback scenes. It was so much fun to embody a character from the 1940s. I feel really proud of the quality of this film, and I hope you enjoy it, too.

13 comments:

Jennifer Disney said...

Wow! Look at you shine!

Cari said...

You look beautiful! So proud of you!

Lincee said...

This is amazing Tracy. I am so proud of all you are doing with your career!

Dana Cheryl said...

That must have been a blast to work on. The 40s embodies a certain glamour. :)

You look beautiful!

J at www.jellyjules.com said...

Wow, amazing work! The pain of the woman scorned, being the 'other woman'. I got caught up in the story, and it made me sad that Sylvia was still so affected by this event, even so many years later. Made me think that perhaps the rest of her life hadn't turned out as terribly fulfilling.

alexis said...

you are such a lovely person, it shines through into everything you do. you are wonderful in this film, and should absolutely be proud of it!

Brad & Carrie said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing. Keep posting your work, it's really great.

happy as a clark said...

Very emotional...and heavy! You did wonderful! Wow...nice work Tracy!
And thank you so much for helping Dayna yesterday and with the shower in general. You are a blessing!
Abby

Cherry said...

You know I was wondering what project you had worked on back when you shared the picture of you in that dress. Very lovely Tracy! Thank you for sharing!

Autumn's Mom said...

Thanks for sharing. You looked so beautiful! It's so fun to be on this journey with you, rooting from the sidelines :)

C said...

Oh! Thank you for sharing this with us! You look amazing! Really, you are stunning!

I really enjoy seeing all the wonderful pieces you've worked in! You look great! xoxo

jennie said...

this is so well done, what a great short film. and when you dance, you float like a feather. lovely.

Katie said...

I loved it! So cool to see some of your work.