Why is radio so resilient? Those of us who work in the medium have an answer: radio has the best pictures. There's a vivid verbal description, sometimes teamed with backgrpound noise, and the listener does the rest. The projector plays behind your eyes, not in front of them.The listeners provides the details: filling the role of cinematographer, sound recordist, set decorator, and costume designer. It's why radio moments are often so memorable. We made the film.