I have never heard of this film that I know of. - Jon
By MICHAEL YODER, Staff
Published: Jun 30, 2007 1:30 AM EST
LANCASTER, Pa. - Stewart Bradley still has questions about what happened on Sept. 11, 2001, and he is using his art to help answer some of those doubts.
The local independent filmmaker will premiere an updated version of his part campy action thriller, part documentary "The Proof" Sunday night at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology as part of the Lancaster Industrial Workers of the World's monthly "Radical Film Night" series.
Bradley will be on hand to answer questions after the film, and he is encouraging people who disagree with his ideas to come for a debate.
The film centers on the character of Steve Kangas (played by Bradley's brother, Steve) who is thrown into an intricate game of espionage when his girlfriend (played by Jehn Miller) receives a disk implicating Vice President Dick Cheney in the terrorist attacks. Kangas is forced to hide from mercenaries bent on recovering the disc while trying to find his missing girlfriend.