Read this please...
Sometimes after a film ends you'll be left with the certain knowledge you've just watch something historic. Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho & Rear Window, Platoon, Forest Gump, Shawshank Redemption. Sometimes it something so funny you know that phases from it will be known for generations... "He's not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy!". Other times it's something so beautiful in some way that you'll find tears running down you face. For me only 4 films have done this; 1) The Green Mile 2) The Notebook 3) Ivor the Engine; The First Story.
The 4th and most recent is Juniper Junction.
Juniper Junction is a work of art. Created by hand using antique trains and hand made scenery, with music you'll want to immerse yourself in. The films pace is noticeably slow, but slow like sitting on a bench and watching the sun set over a rolling vista. Slow like a summer morning curled up in bed. Slow like your first dance. And every bit as beautiful.
Some parts will make you smile, like the antique trains rolling past, others will make you grin, like the Owl and the Signal (you'll have to watch to find out...), and others will have you falling of you chair in hysterics.
All in all, this is one of those films I'll treasure for a long time, and I feel privileged to have seen it.
I heartily encourage you to at least visit the website - just Google Juniper Junction - and view the previews. You'll thank me for it.
My congratulations to Peter and Paul for all their hard work!