One chilly autumn afternoon, in a closed off field approximating the setting of a zombie spawning ground, we find two theology students quietly discussing the continuity (or lack thereof) in theological trends spanning different ages. But, what begins a mere swapping of unintelligible jargon quickly erupts into a personal affront. The two girls are verbally at each other's throats with insults. However, in the spirit of academia, the attacks never (quite) lose their theological foundations.
Note that the poor image quality, choppiness, and general unprofessionalism of this video are not entirely the results of ineptitude and bad equipment. Rather, we intended to make a statement regarding the flawed nature of this reality, as opposed to a greater, more perfect universe. Indeed, whether it be in a platonic realm of Ideas, amongst God's heavenly court, or recorded in the camera of someone much more talented than any of the participants in this video, I am sure there is a collection of 'yo mama' jokes which far exceeds the bounds of my humble understanding.
Likewise, the sky's accelerated rate of darkening has absolutely nothing to do with the number of takes we required to finish the video. It is, rather, a comment on mankind's steady progression toward the 'End of Times.' As it is often said, things must get worse before they get better. Darkness must necessarily precede light. We must first feel ourselves being enveloped by the forces of evil before, in triumphant victory, we reach a full and loving communion with God. Unfortunately, we didn't have enough film to get the 'full and loving communion' bit.