This film was made in 2000, shot on 16 mm B&W reversal stock. What you see here is a recovered "Poor Man's Transfer" that was made by recording the projected image with a DV camera. This was done shortly after completion of the film, though many of the splices had started to deteriorate already, causing the film to jump in the projector. Therefore, some frames have been removed and shots have been replaced with alternate versions so that it plays more cleanly. This wouldn't really matter if I also hadn't recently found the original soundtrack for the film, which also had to be altered to this slightly re-cut version. Lesson learned: do things correctly when you have the chance. Crude and imperfect as this rendition may be, it reminds me of the fun that was had making it and figuring out how to make magic with a camera. This was the first narrative story/film that I made. Enjoy!