Money Kills was made possible by the teamwork of a cast and crew brimming with passion, potential and talent. The large majority of the team were inexperienced amateurs at the beginning of their careers and able to learn from more experienced team members in a practical production.
People took part for the love of filmmaking, comradery, to learn by doing and for the experience. It was far from easy, with plenty of lessons learned for all involved, a real journey from idea to completion.
For all its apparent flaws and limitations, the film showcases a spectrum of acting, technical work, locations, stunts, music, sound FX, visual effects and so much more. The film was produced and shot almost entirely on location in rural Staffordshire, UK, with a micro budget, creative production design and incredible people.