|My comments: The last film in my First Films resumé. The bigger the budgets got for this company, the worse the results seemed to be. To make a long story short, this film was in my opinion, to put it as kindly as possible, not good, and taught me once and for all that the film world was not for me. The post-production ended up being a rush job (naturally) and I had to mix it in a marathon session, just me alone, lasting over 30 hours non-stop to finish it in time for the premiere. There was something strangely fascinating about doing these films and I'm glad I did them, but I certainly would NOT recommend watching any of them! I must put in a good word though about the guy who ran the film company, Michael Krueger. He was always extremely kind and generous to me, letting me borrow tape recorders and use the office after-hours as a recording studio for Thinking Plague and Hail. In 1990 he succumbed to cancer at the age of 39.