I told Stacy so, and she wrote back:
[W]e totally did this on our own. Self-financed, shot and edited. I wanted to see if we could do it and we gave ourselves only 24 hours in Dublin as we wanted to see if we could do something akin to war reporting, just parachute into a city and get an impression of the battle lines from the actual people. So, from our hotel, we announced via twitter that we were in town and within half an hour about 15 people had showed up and another 30 within the hour. It was fun making, but I was very nervous waiting for the response . . . !No need to be nervous—their little film is powerful and memorable, and not because it’s bombastic or over-the-top. On the contrary, their piece is low-key, low-to-the-ground—human.
I wish they’d do more of these.
Here’s part i. After the jump, part ii: