by Tim Holmes - Director
This movie is being made in honor of my dad, who died at 59 years old on July 13, 2014 of Cancer. He worked as hard as he could his entire life to provide for his family. Making enough money to just stay ahead of bills was always a struggle. Working longer hours than most people would ever work was a normal thing for him. But that didn't stop him from spending quality time with his family as he read scripture with us, played sports with us and many other things. Without my dad, I wouldn't be the man I am today. My dad helped me make the right decisions no matter what the situation. The last couple years of his life were the most painful, as he fought multiple tumors in his back, lungs, and side. I've never seen anyone go through the kind of pain he endured. There were days he would scream at the top of his lungs for hours because of the pain. I was with my wife when she went through 92 hours of labor and can tell you it did not compare to the pain my dad went through. When you live with someone who has to go through that type of pain, you see life differently. There is something more to life than what we make it. When I look at my dad's life in whole, I see something I want to strive for, something I want to follow. My dad's hope and life was put in Jesus Christ. Standing by my dad's hospital bed during the last couple weeks of his life, I would watch as he would share the love of Jesus with everyone who entered the room. And no matter how many drugs they gave my dad, it seemed as though he was always in pain, but not without a smile on his face. Seeing the peace God had given him was overwhelming. All that mattered to him was the lives around him turning to Jesus. The fire that drove him, also drives me to share the gospel message to the world... That is why I make this movie in honor of my dad.
Years of my life have been spent studying and working in the film industry to change the way people see the world. Most of my life has consisted of moving from one place to another. It seams as though I have not stopped traveling from year to year. But I can't say it bothers me, I rather enjoy the adventure. The pain and hardship only entails the next step of the adventure to which I move forward and conquer. Films have driven me to see the world in a new light, to build a passion for story telling and entice others to step into my world. I have discovered multiple personalities hidden within myself changing my lifestyle and forming a character ready to transform to adapt to my surroundings.