A VHS video has been made for sale on eBay, selling a “dear brother” who is “ready to be his own master”.
The video was created in 2002 and is believed to be the first known example of a VHS tape that is not just a reproduction of the original but actually includes an actual cassette recording of the film.
The seller describes the tape as “a great example of what is possible with the technology” and has set the price at $4,200 AUD (about $3,900 USD).
The video, which has been removed from the auction house, was made by the video production company, Tandem.
It features the two brothers, Josh and Scott, who are working as “professional videographers” to “make a living from video” in the US.
Josh and Kevin were also involved in the production of the documentary film, which the brothers have also made available on YouTube.
“The video is a great example that is possible on VHS tapes,” Tandem founder and chief executive Adam Gorman told The Sydney Morning Herald.
The video features footage of a car accident that kills the young brothers, and features scenes of the brothers playing video games. “
If you are looking to get back into film, it’s a great place to start.”
The video features footage of a car accident that kills the young brothers, and features scenes of the brothers playing video games.
The brothers, who both have the rare form of Down syndrome, say they are not interested in making the film because they are “not ready for this”.
However, they do say they would like to share their passion with others.
“There is nothing more satisfying than seeing my friends and family on camera,” Scott said.
“And there are people who don’t have the opportunity to watch this documentary.”
The brothers have said they would be happy to release the footage on the internet for anyone to see.
“It’s an opportunity for the world to see the true stories behind our favorite movies,” Josh said.