We thought our friend Jason Mojica had a fairly good head on his shoulders until he and a couple friends ordered matching bullet-proof vests and decided to go to the Chad-Sudan border to make a film about the crisis in Darfur. None of them is a swashbuckling activist, reporter, medic, or filmmaker. We're talking waiter and office guys with too much curiosity and not enough common sense. The feature-length film is done. Far from the foibles and capers of bumbling dudes with no experience, it's a "hey, time out everyone" kind of viewing experience. Because aren't you wondering why the hell it doesn't seem to matter how many pro movies get made, elementary schools hang up a banner of awareness outside the building, bags of rice an NGO throws at the problem, or politicians acknowledge the genocide, and still it continues? We are, so we watched Jason's movie here, and we recommend you do the same. Below you'll find some photo outtakes from the experience.