"An older man marries a younger woman hoping she will cure him to bad effect!"
The original script was inspired by a song entitled Your Love Will Carry You Through written by Willow Hale, a well-known actor, director, songwriter, lyrist, singer, guitarist and all-around great performer. This beautiful song is the title song for the movie, we are proud to say, and sets the tone for the entire movie. Sonja Olson, the starring actor in this slice of life from a small rural town somewhere in the west, inspired the refinement of the writing to be formed into something more intriguing… more engaging. Both Willow and Sonja's efforts brought the movie into much deeper realms then was original intended and we thank them for it. What was originally intended to be a six scene short was expanded into a fourteen scene featurette spending more time developing the characters and their motivations to a much larger degree to the advantage to all.
Written & Directed by: Walt Hochbrueckner
Co-Directed by: Willow Hale, Sonja Olson, Vera R. Taylor
First AD, Cinematographer: Christopher Woodring
Second AD, Cinematographer: Geoff Allison
Boom Operator, Soundman: John Nemec