I’m always filled with pride every time I finish watching a great indie film which I, myself, stumbled upon. I honestly get tired of watching ‘indie films’ with famous Hollywood celebrities putting their name on the film, while cutting their salary, all in the name of exploring a different track for their career. I think it’s just me, but I prefer indie films with relatively unknown actors so that the film can speak for itself. I guess that is just how I define an indie film, low-budget, experimental and with actors who have not yet made it to Hollywood. So this film, The Sky has Fallen, fell just right into my desirable indie list and I have to say that this movie did not disappoint. Produced for a tiny fraction of Hollywood budgets, this film uses fresh talent and top notch special effects to deliver a post-apocalyptic love story that has won numerous awards on the festival circuit.