About the Filmmaker
Louis Seyler is a 69-year-old retired mental health worker and former Peace Corps volunteer. He currently lives in Newport News, Virginia, where he works on numerous hobbies and plans out future volunteer visits to Guatemala. ◊
SARAH SLEEM'S qualities are unique and special. She is half Puerto Rican and half Lebanese. She visits her family frequently in Puerto Rico. She is the middle child and has two brothers. Her dream is to become a journalist and she is well on her way, only being a sophomore, she has already written for the student newspaper, The Captain’s Log, and is looking for internships so she can get a head start.
"A Reflective Time in Life:
films by Sarah Sleem
“At some point in courtship, she said to me, ‘Lou, I think I’m falling in love with you.’ And I said, ‘Oh, hell. Don’t tell me that! You’ve got to be kidding. You know better than that! Don’t do that to me.’ Wow. She was taken aback. She didn’t know what to think. And I said, ‘If you start grow toward loving me, that’s OK. But don’t fall in love me!"
"Freshness of a Portrait" (5:30)
"Discovering Spiritual Existence" (4:53)
Life at Its Most Elemental" (13:45)
"Leaving a Tangible Legacy" (5:00)
"The Craftsmen of 1936" (6:36)
"Lou's Saturday Afternoon" (2:56)
"Don't Fall in Love With Me!" (5:55)