For something that was really short, I still loved this. The best thing is probably how it sets up this mythology. Christians being suppressed? That wouldn't surprise me. I mean, Doug Stanhope got away with saying Christians are more evil than Nazis. Someone as horrible as that deserves to be a bum on the streets where they belong.
I really do like where this is going. I didn't know there would even be dialogue. I thought it was just like a trailer. It really was part of the story. You knew preludes could be so good?