The independent film is a story about a wife and mother who is not very good at being either. After many attempts to get her to change, karma finally gives her what she truly deserves on the desert road, Pyramid Highway.
“This is the only movie of its kind,” said Bar Fly Productions owner and “Pyramid Highway” producer Katie Ishoy.
The film was produced and shot on location by a northern Nevada film company, Ishoy said. There was no studio backing and no outside funding sources.
The film stars Carson City resident Monica Jayne Booth. The screen story, written by Ken Locke and adapted to screenplay by director James A. Ishoy, was conceived in 2005.
“I think the audience will be blown away at the cinematography and the acting,” said Locke. “And, the music is amazing.”
Virtually all of the cast and crew were residents of northern Nevada, including Booth, Anthony Specchio (Fernley), Ariah Barth (Carson City) and Mikel Rose Flatley (Minden).
It is Bar Fly Productions’ first independent film. Copies may be purchased at Amazon.com.