This movie is fifteen minutes and 146 megabytes, and is unlikely to run without a broadband connection. It is in the .mpg format, which should work with most recent computers.
Jack, I loved your film. It seems that script writers are just like frustrated poets, only perhaps more frustrated because their playing field allows bigger fantasies for success. Although I've never written a script, I've worked with graduate students in independent studies helping them write scripts. Does that make any sense? For years I've jotted down notes on writing scripts, but I would write it only for the challenge and the long shot of the money. If a movie were a tennis game, Sherman Alexie says, the script is merely the ball. I did have an El Paso friend sell a script for about twenty thousand. The most I've ever made on a poem is 75 bucks. My script, in the highly improbable chance it gets written and made into a movie, is a social cause script, but do I believe movies can change the world. Highly unlikely. You have a better chance of winning the Powerball lottery. By the way, none of the grad students I helped sold their scripts. They became English teachers.