This is the final semester 2013 class project from the Digital Filmmaking (DFILM) class at Calvary Christian Academy. Only one of the students had any previous filmmaking class. This project was really way too big for us to reasonably accomplish, but we liked the story and did it anyway. Those that have never been involved in a film project probably won't understand how very difficult it is to do something like this when you only have about 35 minutes of actual shooting time each day, limited locations, completely novice actors, and only rudimentary equipment. Though it is a little rough around the edges I think the kids did a remarkable job. NOTE: When (or if) I get some free time I'm going to re-edit this. I think it needs about 6 or 7 minutes cut and perhaps I can clean up the audio a bit.