Mark Borchardt once said that no one has ever seen a movie in which a blank screen appeared and the director said, "Sorry, this would have been better had we been working under different circumstances." Welcome to that movie. I had a grand vision for this piece, it was to be a cohesive narrative. Without going into detail, the production was a nightmare from start to finish. We were only able to film at one of the four locations we had planned on using, and even then didn't have the resources to complete filming. There were supposed to be horses in this picture, and what we finished with was a shitty youtube video with shots in front of a fucking garage. I threw it together over the course of about an hour because I never wanted to have anything to do with it again.