Date of Creation: 2004
Synopsis: God, the just, fair and loving creator of our world, allows the devil to torment and destroy the life of one of his most devoted followers to prove a point. He's kind of a dick.
A Brief History: From the mind of Geoff Tippit comes a modern retelling of the story of Job, which is from the bible or something. As part of his senior thesis, he compiled the greatest minds of Webster University to spearhead one of the most challenging productions to come out of the school.
Countless rolls of film were expended over the course of 6 shooting days, and much fun was had. Performances by Dale D. Moore and Michael Ray Reed easily rank in the top ten performances all time by people with 3 or more names.
This was really a fun shoot, and collaborating with Geoff exemplified a refreshing level of competence and creative confidence. That guy should make some more movies.
I'm pretty sure I still have all of his Beta master tapes of the raw footage too. I wonder if he wants those back.
Critical Analysis: Overall, the production value, storyline and final product were remarkably high. Dale's cancer looked more like he was turning into a dalmatian, but special effects makeup was kind of the one thing we didn't have a grasp on quite yet at this point in our education.
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