Time stands still in Indiana. At least that’s what this short film will have you believe. A filmmaker went and visited all the shooting locations from Hoosiers, then he cut that footage together with scenes from Hoosiers. Not only do you get to see that most of the places have gone untouched since 1986, but you also basically get to relive the entire movie in just 18 minutes. In addition to all that – not to mention this project required a trip to Hinkle Fieldhouse, home of the Butler Bulldogs – the filmmakers added footage from the actual game that inspired the movie. *Brrrraaaaahhhhhmmmm* By the time you finish this video you’ll be six levels deep in your fondest childhood memories and sobbing like a little girl. At least I’m guessing that is what would happen…
Television is moving that direction for ratings anyway.
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