A film about a covert operative who holds the secret to the whereabouts of the world's most valuable spy; and the men who will stop at nothing (well..."nothing" may be a bit much) to get him.
Last year when I bought my camera and video editing software, I wanted to do a test film; and I needed a subject, so I remembered from my college days, a local St. Cloud filmmaker, Perrin Spychala, who had a series of spy movie spoofs broadcast on the local cable access channel. Please note that Mr. Spychala's work is NOT affiliated with mine-his is much better! But, with that series as an inspiration, "The Spy Who Lost Me" was born.
Despite the editing issues (check out the odd glitch around the 13:15 mark), the shotgun mic that fried, the crappy lavaliere mic which always cut out, and the hit-or-miss camera rigs & jigs, I had fun and it was one hell of a learning experience.
Cars, guns, bad George Bush imitations, bad guys and good guys; what's not to like? Truthfully, as much as I like what we did in the movie, the gag reel during the end credits is probably my favorite.
So if you can suspend disbelief and not take serious this most basic of movie making--I sure don't, and it's my movie--then enjoy "The Spy Who Lost Me"!
For an example of the film series which inspired my test film: http://www.spike.com/video/smiles-arent-for/2764025