Road to Independence DVD Description
The United States of America were founded on the notion of liberty and freedom. In the modern age, we live a very different life. In 1776, we were given all the tools to guide us to what became American independence. Today, Founding Father Films brings you the definitive look at our past, how it relates to our present and what it can mean for our future. The writing of the Declaration of Independence is one of the most misunderstood parts of American History. Now, you can travel back to to relive the writing and creation of the Declaration and see the struggle for Independence as the men who drafted the Declaration did. Originally released as an audio documentary, “The Road To Independence,” was a project that resulted from painstaking research. “In combing through the actual records, I was shocked at what I found about the Declaration of Independence,” said Church. “I had been misled by public school teachers and by popular history.” In what way? Not only did the Declaration not come about the way our modern generations have been taught. Church adds, “It did not and does not mean what you have been told that it means. It was not the work of one solitary man. There were many people involved in it. What it established is our birthright.” In moving from an audio documentary to a film version, the extraordinarily detailed reenactment has become so much more than originally imagined – and the results are breathtaking.
Road to Independence Audio Description
The entire story of the drafting of the Declaration of Independence can be told, in the glorious manner that we started out to tell it in. Re-mixed and beautifully mastered, the events of 1776 will sound as though you are living them in your home car or Independence Day Celebration.
The Road to Independence features a star turn from Emmy Award winning actor Jay Thomas as John Adams. The Original Soundtrack is inspiring and Patriotic and the sounds of the Battle of Bunker Hill will make you duck for cover.
The writing of the Declaration of Independence is one of the most misunderstood parts of American History. Now, in his first full-length feature Mike “The KingDude” Church takes you back to 1776 where you’ll relive the writing and creation of the Declaration and see the struggle for Independence as the men who drafted the Declaration did.