'63 Comet was the combined effort of many people who wanted to get together and make something cool, interesting and funny. '63 Comet was shot in Sprague, WA in the summer of 2011 over the course of three days. The schedule was tight and the budget... well, was non-existent. The only money spent was on food for the crew. Everyone came out in support of a film they believed in. I hope you do too.
Our goal with Kickstarter is to help raise the funds we need to now get it shown at festivals all across the world. Any help is greatly appreciated!
Defying the traditional conventions of the road
trip, John, Jeff, and Steve hit the pavement in their '63 Comet. The
setting is sparse, the men display questionable hygiene habits, and the
car lacks even the modern amenities of automatic windows.
But that doesn't stop them from reaching deep inside themselves for insight into everything from allegorical themes in pop culture to the intrinsic value of adult diapers. As they debate the tenets of life, philosophy, religion, and what have you, these men prove that it's not the destination that matters.
It's the journey.
- (30 days)