The Golden Age

2015

Musical

66
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 N/A

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Andrew Leeds as Morgan Winslow
Teresa Ganzel as Carol Buras
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mandyfrimp 1 / 10 / 10

Omg so bad

This VHS quality faux documentary is equal parts boring and awkward. Poorly produced and featuring fake concerts by old man wedding singer Mayo Nays, it could not end soon enough for me. Creepy hipster ridiculous stuff.

Reviewed by carafranchi 10 / 10 / 10

Brilliant Film

I love this film! It's an extraordinary work of art. - produced, written, directed by and starring Justin Connor who performs his own brilliant original songs and score. Connor takes the viewer into a journey that unearths a painful past and then illustrates his profound shift towards personal and spiritual growth. The Golden Age ultimately offers a message of hope for us all as we take a sober look at where we're headed during this critical point in time. Go watch this film - I promise you that you will not be disappointed!

Reviewed by ladywithaview 10 / 10 / 10

Amazing Talent

This film was a refreshing departure from all the fodder I have been stumbling upon lately. It begins as a mockumentary of an artist struggling with his demons of youth and the realness of his own artwork as a man. But it develops into a deeply confessional story of a mans search for meaning. I became drawn to his quest to get to the marrow of his fears while trying to unlock his wellspring of true creativity. The music is beautiful while moving the audience through the twists and turns of his epic plight - all of which he composed himself. His journey is in all of us and even though his tale will at times will make you want to cast him off as another stereotypical struggling artist, in the next frame you end up falling deeply associated to his fragility and the face off with his tumultuous past. A great beginning to a hopefully long career.

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