I don't know what to say about this. It's what happens when I'm in the house because of the COVID-19 virus and need something to pass the time.
My violin practice turned into a mini movie about the US civil war. I am not a civil war buff. I do feel I have close ties to it in indirect ways. Presently I live very close to Gettysburg where one of the largest battles of the war was fought. Once when taking a tour there on the battlefield all of our fresh camera batteries were immediately drained. It is said the place is haunted. We seen little round balls called orbs there.
I grew up in the south and my sister is buried in a cemetery that has confederate graves in it.
I learned the song Ashokan Farewell ( or attempted to) before I ever knew how it was used. The song wasn't originally intended for that purpose. It pairs well with the solemn feel of that time in my opinion.
So here it is, the ramblings of a beginning film maker.