About the Film
In 1979, a kid from a small town outside of LA got together with three of his friends to toilet paper a house. One of the kids filmed it. They continued this mischief throughout their high school years. When one graduated, they replaced him with a new member to carry on a specific job in the group. These jobs included t he “historian,” who photographed or filmed every house they hit.
In the late 90s, I joined this group as the historian. I recently convinced my three compatriots to recount their experiences. We collected some great stories and met the group’s founding member. I then went back to Claremont to meet and film the kids currently in the group, in order to see how it was doing since we left in 2000.
In December of 2010, I left my full-time job to pursue this project. In January of 2011, I got started. In August of the same year I raised over $30,000 on Kickstarter in order to hire everyone needed to complete the film. I’ve had the help of some incredible people over the course of making the film. I am so fortunate to have made the film with such a low budget and can’t thank everyone enough for the time, energy, and support they have given me and the film.
Now the film is done and ready for the world to see. Our goal is to make Rolled available to anyone who wants to watch it. This is why we have chosen to allow you to set your own price on the digital download. Your contribution will go directly to me, the filmmaker, with no middleman taking any of the profit. The goal is to be able to continue making more films after this one.
Thank you so much for your support!