I'm biased, because I played drums in the movie. However, what I can say that it's "7 minutes, pure action!" This is the calling card of the multi-talented director Ted Critteden and producer Suzanne DeGrandis. A film that was too long to be a music video and too short for a "serial" show. It competed at Sundance Film festival thanks to "The Gap" and was bought for six months of broadcast on the Sundance channel.
Everyone who sees it always asks "How did you do that?" at the end of the credits. Well, it's all about clever moving back grounds, models and gimbals! Not a CG effect in the movie, all on set.
For those who haven't seen the film, I truly hope you can track it down somewhere. It's a gas. I don't want to spoil anything so it just as something to do with a plane and punk band.
The film was a blast to make and I hope all of you get to see it some day.
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