When a gang of bandits murders a Mormon Pioneer's family, he enlists two bounty hunters, the Native and the Vengeful,to help him in his quest for vengeance, but on the way, he's torn by his religious believes and his thirst for vengeance.
Day of Vengeance is closer to a Spaghetti-western than a John Wayne Western, because I personally feel them to be more realistic. This means that there will be a slow-pacing, some quick and gruesome, bloody violence, and anything you might find in a western like Once Upon a Time in the West or The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly.
This is my final brick film, at least, for a while. For the next three years I most definitely won't be able to do more brick films, despite all the plans I originally had.
I started watching brick films around the age of 6-7, and shortly after attempted at doing some, although it would be exaggerated to call those works "brickfilms" (you cannot find them on my page).
I don't think I ever became a skilled brickfilmer. Partly because I always focused less on animation than other aspects of the brickfilm, partly because I didn't have the necessary hardware (all films before the Nine Billion Names of God where shot with a tourist camera).
That's also because I always saw brickfilming as a mean to tell stories that in live-action could be big-budget movies.
I thank all those brickfilmers who inspired me in trying to do these works, and all those who, in a way or another, supported my work. Thank you.