Starting in 2005, Connor Thompson spent four years secluded in a remote town located roughly in upstate New York, where he drafted his first screenplay. After countless revisions, Thompson began applying for grants, but to no avail. Upon realizing the fact that funding the film would be impossible, a small crew was assembled to rewrite and shoot the film according to the Dogme Vow of Chastity. They were all eventually fired. Following twenty years of alcohol and drug abuse, Thompson was given a second chance when he found a camcorder he had been using as a target for pissing on while intoxicated. Over a period of two years, Thompson rewrote, filmed, and edited his masterpiece. Shortly thereafter he commited suicide by jumping off a bridge into a manmade lake of fire. Today, his work of art is presented in digital format where Thompson would have wanted it premiered: on the interwebs.