he film is seventy-five minutes in length,
shot in 16mm color negative film. The visual style incorporates the
of rural southern Ireland, beautifully lit interviews, and documentary footage, as well as a moving camera
that captures the speed and exhilaration of a foxhunt in progress. New and miniature
camera-stabilization technology, known as the Steadicam Jr., was developed for this project with the
close consultation of Academy Award-winning Steadicam/Skycam inventor Garrett Brown.