It was 1927. Times were tough. The economic slump called the Great Depression would soon hit the cities. Out in the farmland however, times were already tight. Rural banks like this one in Cisco, if thay managed to stay open, had become prime targets for wandering bandits. This town was in desperate need. As if in an answer to prayer... on December 23 who should appear walking down Main Street? Santa Claus. Walking down the middle of the avenue came jolly Saint Nick.
"Wally." As of this writing it has been in 15 festivals. First a few words about "Wally": it is a documentary that defies definition. It really is more of a human rights film than anything else. Want proof? Look at the varriance of festivals and awards it has won. Award wise... it has won Best Documentary Short, Best International LGBT Short, Best LBGT short, it has been a finalist at one festival, Official Selection for many others. It has been listed as an experiment