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To see the film you will need Quicktime to make it run (get it here if you don't have it) … and if you don’t have DSL or a T-1, you might want to think twice about downloading… if you have a dial-up, waiting for the film to arrive could feel like forever. (Kind of like waiting for the war in Iraq to end.)

Ready to go? Watch it here!

Producer/writer Dawn Westlake was moved to make this film on January 7, 2003, two days after her husband, CBS News producer Bruce Rheins was sent to Kuwait City, Kuwait to report on the impending war with iraq. He is still not home.

Production dates: January 21-February 21, 2003

HARDWARE USED: Canon xl-1S, sony pd-150
SOFTWARE: Picture and final sound mix (Premiere 6.5), Compositing (After effects 5.5.), Graphics (photoshop 7.0), 3-D effects (3-D studio max)

Shot entirely on location in Los Angeles, Santa Monica, West Hollywood, and Rosemead, CA
Voice-overs recorded in Kuwait City, Kuwait and e-mailed as mp3 files to The Moser Brothers.

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