This is a humorous and heartfelt coming-of-age story about three unlikely heroes and the winter that changed their lives forever. After a surprising discovery in the snow catapults three small-town boys into the spotlight, the best friends hatch a plan to be remembered forever by setting a Guinness
|鲍比·科尔曼 (Bobby Coleman)||饰|
|鲍比 (Bobb'e J. Thompson)||饰|
|克里斯蒂安·马廷 (Christian Martyn)||饰|
|乔什·佛雷特 (Josh Flitter)||饰||Jason Bound|
|雷·利奥塔 (Ray Liotta)||饰|
|发行公司||Heritage Films International (2014) (DVD) (Australia)|
|NuMetro Distribution (2009) (All media) (South Africa)|
|Generation X Group Film- & Medienproduktion (2014) (All media) (Germany)|
|Justbridge Entertainment (2015) (DVD) (Germany)|
|Italia Film (Middle East) (2009) (All media) (Lebanon)|
|ARC Entertainment (II) (2011) (All media) (United States)|
- At the end of the scene where Billy (Bobby Coleman), Howard (Bobb'e J. Thompson), and Lucas (Christian Martyn) are watching the television news report of a body being found in the snow (06:22 to 08:54), Robert Kirbyson mentions in the DVD director's commentary, that 克里斯蒂安·马廷's real mother, Lori, is playing his screen mom. She spent February and March of 2009 in Park City, Utah, with Christian, until filming wrapped.
- The sequence of shots (from 42:20 to 43:44) starting with a crane shot from behind Billy as he looks out over a snowfield, then turns and begins speaking to the elementary school student body, pacing in front of them, extolling the task that lies before them, culminating in his cry "Let's make snowmen!", after which the students stream past him on either side, is Director Robert Kirbyson' homage to Braveheart (1995), for which this movie's Producer, Stephen McEveety, was Executive Producer. Director Kirbyson says, at 43:52 in the DVD Director's Commentary, he copied it nearly shot for shot.
- (At around one hour and ten minutes) When Jason (Josh Flitter) is threatening Lucas (Christian Martyn) at the water park, and Billy (Bobby Coleman) challenges him to fight, Jason gets up and appears to kick Lucas. Actually, when Jason came upon them, Lucas had taken off his left boot to start putting on his ice skates, and Jason was kicking the left boot away, so Lucas couldn't put it back on and escape, but during editing the sound mixer thought Jason was kicking Lucas, so along with the sound of a kick, he added Lucas groaning to correspond to that event.