You've probably all seen the 'Monkey is Pilot' film by now.
I'd like to re-iterate that working with the ever talented Monkey and the grand high musicologist Sir Ticharu made it one of the funnest films I've done. As easy as they made it for me to make this film there were a number of issues. Issues that had nothing to do with writing, storyboarding and then producing 'Monkey is a Pilot' from half way around the world to the rest of the cast and crew. Those issues had everything to do with Purple. Yes, that's right, we had Purple problems.
The following video is very rough, it is out-takes after all... but I hope it goes part of the way to understanding our Purple Problems.
I am glad to say that Purple and I did manage to sort things out over a bottle of single malt scotch. Purple's cool. He just had a little trouble understanding the difference between reality and acting. I would like to officially apologise for calling him a stuffed toy, it was unprofessional and uncalled for. As a way to set things straight I've managed to get Purple a job with a leading LA stunt agency. He is in hot demand, I just hope I can afford him if we do another Monkey film.