This Poor Family Gets Shot with 3,192 Paintballs in 5.3 Seconds to Prove a Powerful Point -VidAngel

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    Father: Mike Milne
    Mother: Cate Allen
    Daughter: Bethany Rose Boutwell
    Son: Ayden Sorenson
    D-mn Shooter: Benton Crane
    Our Brave Stunt Doubles: Alexia Chaus, Callee Marshall, Elaina Wusstig, Janell Turley, Kaitlin Peterson, Mark Ackerman, Steve Soelburg, Emily Anderson, Neil Reed, Scott Richardson, Nathan Richey

    Our 50 gunners who spent 6+ hours on set!

    -Executive Producers: Jeffrey Harmon and Neal Harmon
    -Directed by Jacob Schwarz
    -Producer and Production Designer: Katie Schwarz
    -Set Construction: Mark Weiler
    -Set Decorator: Whitney Schwarz
    -Fiberfix Armor Design: Chani Boyce and Derek Johanson
    -Slow-Motion Camera Operators: Willem Kampenhout, Mark Weiler, Chris Mabey
    -Phantom Camera- Devin Graham
    -Behind the Scenes Camera: Preston Lewis
    -Behind the Scenes Camera: John Uibel
    -Behind the Scenes Editor: Colton Lee
    -Gaffer: David Thorpe
    -Best Boy Electric: Graham Beckstead
    -Paintball Techs: Saints Paintball and (The dudes who looked after, calibrated, serviced and instructed the paintball guns.)
    -Paintball Marker Safety: Matthew Holley
    -Craft Services: Whitney Schwarz
    -Production Assistant: Lindsay Walch
    -Editing, Color, and Post-Production Workflow: Samuel Bilodeau
    -Sound Design: Daren Smith at Telekinesis Entertainment
    -Graphics Layout: Daniel Harmon
    -Motion Graphics: Josh Badger -
    -Additional Graphics and Visual Effects: Samuel Bilodeau
    -Created by David Ackerman
    (A special thanks to Dave, who came up with the original concept of shooting someone with 800 paintballs and the brilliant line, "Every word has impact")

    -Produced by Ackermania and Harmon Brothers and Mysterybox.

    MysteryBox: set production, post production, art direction and visual vision, filming, editing, mastering
    The Harmon Brothers: coordination of production, additional writing, safety, crowd control, gun assembly, additional stunt doubles—and basically ensured that the whole thing happened
    Ackermania: casting of stunt doubles and creative advisement.

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