I get asked if I am Kip about once a week.
I never expected the movie to become as big as it has. I thought that we'd be lucky if a handful of people outside of our small group would get to see it. Everyone involved with the making of this film was shocked that all of a sudden, lines from the movie had become lines that people would say to each other in everyday life. None of us expected that.
It's allowed all of us to do what we were doing before, which was making small movies, but now we get paid for it. It legitimatized all of us after the film became such a success. I'm directing my first feature that I also wrote this spring called 'Warm Blue Day.' There are a couple of movies that I'm acting in this fall. I'm also a photographer, and I've got three gallery shows left to do this year. And when I'm not doing that, I'm directing commercials.
You know, this sounds so random, but I would rent out all the rooms in the Madonna Inn - it's in San Luis Obispo, California - and have one final bash with all my friends and loved ones.
There was no money for a set photographer.
He beat the crap out of me, Like you?
That's my lady? She actually has a very big husband.