It was the trailer of High School Musical, with Ryan McHenry's inspiration.
The Scottish director just spent time enjoying the movie, "the zombies ate everything."
The idea of Anna and Apocalypse was sparked on Fridays, which are in general in the movie theaters. Three years ago, Dumfries died at age 27.
The director John McPhail took the project to take it to the big screen.
"It was Ryan McHenry's brain," he said.
"Ryan wrote and directed a film, which won the New Talent Bafta in Scotland.
"Gero Black Camel has made a feature film".
However, Mr. McHenry – the award-winning Ryan Gosling does not have men behind his viral Cereal videos – could not complete the project.
"Writing and developing, unfortunately, Ryan was diagnosed with cancer and, sadly, died in 2015," said McPhail.
"Naysun Alae-Carew, a longtime friend and producer, was not trying to eradicate the project and want to keep that kind of memory in search of directors.
"They watched horror directors and music director, and unfortunately could not find the right one."
Then did Mr McPhail see Where Do We Go From Here? – A set of romantic comedies in the Glasgow Film Hall, where he participated.
His latest project surprised the audience.
"He is very funny and charming and he has got some serious and serious messages. Children talk about death and age," he said.
"People put their backs a little over their backs because they do not end up crying.
"They laugh and cry out and this happy movie is just wonderful."
She said she did not respond to film festivals and she hoped she might be a huge appeals party.
"It's not just a children's movie, not just for horror lovers or music lovers," he said.
"We wanted to make a movie for the film, I enjoyed it and I felt happy and felt well and hung up and excited about the cinema."
The nomination for Scottish Bafta, was nominated for Best Actor this year, McPhail said it was "amazing".
"Christmas Christmas is a set of music, it's nuts," he said.
The movies are also proud of its roots and Scottish location.
"Port Glasgow was perfect for us and people were also fascinated," added Mr McPhail.
"We will be in the wind and rain and snow – it really does not matter what we are doing, because we get it.
"That's what we shoot, that's what we work for."
It was a challenge, however, that actress Ella Hunt plays Anna's role.
"Scotland is an amazing place to shoot and we had an amazing Scottish escort," he said.
"One of the biggest challenges we had to face was the February 2017 we had to face, so it really was very cold."
However, he said he wanted to be sure of the beginning.
"I love the crazy concepts, the more sensible it is somehow better," he said.
"I was looking for the role of teenagers who did not exclude teenage experience and they were three-dimensional.
"Anna is so much a thing at the same time, it was the most wonderful option, so I really liked it directly."
The film was offered by Roddy Hart and Tommy Reilly, and the project was "completely intriguing" from the beginning.
"Writing a musician we never had before was introduced into this writing style," said Mr. Reilly.
He described the whole freedom of music.
"I think that this thing we love most is an ambitious project," added Hart Hart.
"The Scottish comedy is a zombie element, what does that mean is it wrong?
"Every time we see something new we find – it's a magical movie."
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The finished movie is dedicated to McHenry and the man who took the role of the director thinks he likes it.
"I can not make anyone's movie, I can not do anything with anyone else," said McPhail.
However, as Mr McHenry's friends participated in the film, he was honored with his remembrance.
"I only know from their reactions that I am proud and really would be."
"Someone was totally a prankster and a kind fun, and such sweet and sweet man is this true tribute."