A struggling writer. A mysterious man with a wad of cash. An unbelievable offer to collaborate with best-selling author Chester Everett McGraw. All Skip Larson must do is sever contact with the outside world for six months and focus on his greatest passion: writing. But Skip should have known nothing comes easy in life . . . or death.
The script was written with the dry, brown summers of central Texas in mind, but a heavy rainfall a few days before filming turned the landscape green. Prior to the rain, the Blanco River flowed at a bare trickle; afterwards, water gushing over the dam provided a dramatic backdrop to Skip's wilderness escape. See more »