"All I'm sayin' is that I long for the days of petty thugery, over this hardened criminal shit."

Sixth Mile is a black comedy that tells the absurd tale of two childhood thugs gone big league. Max and Sticks find themselves at the point of no return when their innocent mishap is mistaken for schemes of grandeur. When running and hiding is no longer an option, the only thing left to do is face the music and hope to come out ahead.

Sixth Mile is a testament to artists pulling together something bigger than themselves. Writer/Director David Stager was eighteen when he produced this feature length film, which was screened at Landmark Cinemas' Cineplex in Cranbrook, BC. What it lacks in experience and budget, it makes up for in passion and the unfaltering determinism to get out there and do what you love, no matter the obstacles.