Director, Steve Wargo, wrote a script back in 2001 that received heavy criticism so he put it on the shelf for about 10 years. He now wants to bring this feature film to the big screen
So what is the topic that had so many people uneasy? Chemtrails.
The filmmaker credits Michael J. Murphy’s documentary “Why in the World are They Spraying” for bringing a “upheaval in information” which supports goe-engineering including NASA documents that show these programs started in the 1940’s.
“I want people to look up and see what’s going on,” he said. “I’ve looked at them all my life. They’re different now. It’s startling. I didn’t believe it either. I had to be convinced, and it took a long time to convince me that it was true.” Wargo told the Kingman Daily Miner.
“Tony Kyle called me on the phone and said I should listen to Coast to Coast talk about chemtrails,” says Wargo. “It originally started as a parody, but we built it as a serious script.”
Wargo now describes the film as a “docu-drama based on a true theory.”
“We based the story in Prescott and spent three weekends shooting,” he said. “I wanted to make it much more real. Kevin Sorbo [actor, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys] approached me as well and we shot a few hours with him in San Diego.”
The movie may include live footage from a recent Arizona hearing on chemtrails.
Multiple states have been facilitating community hearings to discuss chemtrails and their effect on the local community and environment including a jam packed one in Shasta, California.
Media admitting to chemtrials.