Jebadiah lived on his land for many years. He worked the land, and kept it alive. Jebadiah also hated trespassers. When he died defending his right to remain on his land, he was buried there. That was a month ago. Now there are strangers on his land again, and they want to make his land their own. Jebadiah still hates trespassers. Written by
Jebadiah didn't like trespassers when he was alive. He still doesn't!
Did You Know?
The film was completed in 10 days, with most days lasting 14 to 18 hours. Cast and crew were housed in a metal building on location dubbed The Compound, and most slept on sofas, cots, and air mattresses. Only director Jim DeVault
slept in a bed, which was on the set used in the bedroom scene, in the only enclosed room in the compound. See more
My Home of Emptiness
By Pamela Royal (BMI/SOCAN)
Published by AcKean Music See more