With a careful eye for particulars for the filming location of Sage Sweetwater's Lesbian Spaghetti Western, the Jett Durango-Dominga Rio merge, she leaves no stone unturned. From the Kiva Ladders to the Mission Church to outfitting a religious sect of women with Holy Crosses and Snoods, the hair cloths and the Santero, the carver of religious statues —La Patrona, the Virgin Mary and El Cristo, the large crucifix, it is a good bet Father Tomé and his bastards will soon be dying under another political regime, a different ecclesiastical government, that of Rio and Durango.
Set in 1875 in authentic geographical locations where religious wars built this particular location is where Sweetwater is ending a corrupt political regime tailor-made for the screen in a fiery, explosive story. The Jett Durango-Dominga Rio merge is weaved seamlessly from other Sage Sweetwater creative properties in alliance with DreamReal Pictures Director Wendy Crouse and Executive Producer Eddy Fitzgerald.
A sepia-toned paper map with a big green X marked in the script by Sweetwater sets the tone for the spiritual backdrop that defends against raiders in abuses of power by both religious and political have nots stopped by a powerful vindication patterned after so long ago, between 1100 and 1,250 A.D., history repeating itself, a defensive position taken by The Sundance Wives in the sandstone, who will never fall again to a corrupt invader.
The Film Investors have arrived to finance Sage Sweetwater Films. Sweetwater has her films lined up in a particular order in a strategy that has already set the precedent for the New-Age Lesbian Spaghetti Western.