This film was based on a true story (written by Gary Fitz) and the premise of it is very simple. We are reminded of the need to avoid becoming weighed down by the trivial hindrances that soak our paths on a daily basis. There are always people in worse situations with real troubles and that should put our small daily problems into perspective. Perhaps things aren't as bad as they first seem.
'Shooting The Past'
When an American property developer arrives in London, he is perplexed at the warm welcome he is given by the employees of a vast photographic archive. It seems there has been a misunderstanding, and he tells the head of the collection that the ten million pictures will have to be sold or destroyed.