"It's Not Too Late" is a film set in 1970's, where Montreal police are determined to break up a drug smuggling ring. When Detective Barrett gets caught while trying to arrest the main dealer, things look bad, but a drug-sniffing rat saves the day.
In 1975 Montreal, 16-year old high school student Douglas Brown became fascinated with film-making and produced three short films. The technology of the mid-1970's was crude compared to today. The films were shot on Kodak Super 8mm color motion picture film with no sound. Sound was recorded in studio on reel-to-reel tape and was only added to the films when they were converted to digital media in 2007/2008. Douglas is currently working on producing several new independent short films.