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This feature film employed over 50 local New Mexicans.
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The production used the state-owned former Los Lunas Hospital and a training school facility for the various sequences.
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The movie was funded in conjunction with New Mexico's Film Investment Program.
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Val Kilmer, who lives on a nearby New Mexico ranch, agreed to participate in this film secondary to his work with New Mexico's Film Investment Program.
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Many of the actors worked for a significantly discounted salary to make this production possible.
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Production was postponed for about a year and a half.
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The working title was "A West Texas Children's Story".
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Originally set for a US theatrical release in late 2007 and then 2008, it languished in a vault secondary to the production company going bankrupt after post-production was already completed.
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