I did that documentary on bodybuilding. I started it a while ago, back in March and its near completion now. Its going to be put on hold for a while as we are pretty much ready to roll on a feature length film. We don't have the cash to put up and have someone else work on it so I am going to either stop all together or do it little by little here and there. Once the editing and a few more interviews are completed I'll have it available on our site. "Under the bar: A Sacrafice for Life" is about bodybuilders and the struggles they must face during the preparation of a contest. We got some good shit too. We start off with an explaination of the sport itself. A lot of people don't understand what it is all about and how to go about training/dieting for it so the breakdown is in the beginning while we introduce some of the contestants we've followed. PurEvl give a very very insightful discussion of what its like first hand and what you can expect from a diet. The mental struggles, physcial, and domestic. Since we had only a pohne convo I laced his interview with a lot of other shots, some bbers working out, eating, preparing meals, tanning, etc. I went to this show back in April and got footage of one of the contestants crying. THis is perfectly layed when Pur responds to the question of "how'd you feel the moment you either won or lost your first show" Its a barrell of emotions one doesn't fully understand, and thats what makes it great! I also interviewed several powerlifters. Not your cheesey two bit lifters but champion competitors too. State & National record holder Joe Marsala especially because he's part of both worlds PL and BB. I hope we get out of it what we intended to. There's a lot of information out there and trying to pick exactly what we need is tough. So ...we'll see "Under the Bar", I chose that because thats how you feel prepping for a show. Its obviously connected to working out and being in the gym, but its like that saying "Under the gun"...same thing but the pressure is unreal. Just as if you were under the bar, the pressure is almost too much. just wanted to give you an update.