Four high school friends believe the local myth that developer Swenson killed a kid for trespassing years earlier and got away with it. When one of the four friends disappears, the remaining three believe Swenson killed their friend and they take revenge. When their friend then shows up alive they must deal with the consequences of crossing the harsh line that separates fantasy from reality. Written by
Four friends with some time to kill.
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Did You Know?
The train trestle used in the film is part of the Vernonia-Banks Linear Park Trail. The trestle was burnt down in the 1980s. It was a major trestle used for the railroad to Vernonia's once-running saw mill that was well known as the world's largest at one time. The place that the group is seen meeting a couple times throughout the movie with graffiti on the walls is the site where the saw mill was, which is now known as the "Mill Pond" in Vernonia, Oregon. See more
When Ears takes a bite of her hot dog, she starts to chew her food. In the next shot, she has nothing in her mouth. See more
I'll say hey to Ears.
During the credits it says: "In Loving Memory of Robert D. Bowers
He was the best boy electric for the film. See more
Ears Is Alive
Written by Anthony Marinelli
Performed by Jill Schoelen
Produced by Anthony Marinelli See more