Lord Byron

Categories: Festivals, Drama
1hr 29min | 2011
In LORD BYRON (Sundance 2011, NY Times Critics Pick), a deadpan Greek tragedy set in South Louisiana, a cast of bizarre, comedic characters, led by newcomer Paul Batiste, pursue uncommon dreams and missions of their own making. Director Zack Godshall (Low and Behold, God's Architects) and co-creator Ross Brupbacher share a kaleidoscopic world seen through the bloodshot eyes of Byron, a quixotic philosopher-poet and bayou Don Juan who seeks spiritual fulfillment by any means possible.

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Topics: Sundance Film Festival, Comedy, Going after a Dream, Fascinating People, Relationships
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Sylvia Moreno
Sylvia Moreno
December 23, 2013
B
Skip Michael
Skip Michael
December 23, 2013
D-
Jess Gong
Jess Gong
November 26, 2013
B
Eddie Thompson
Eddie Thompson
November 3, 2013
C
Sio Canty
Sio Canty
September 22, 2013
A
Nicholas Wolfwood
Nicholas Wolfwood
November 14, 2012
I am half way through watching this film. Impressive!
Nicholas Wolfwood
Nicholas Wolfwood
October 3, 2012
This movie is an unconventional yet fascinating experience. A true classic waiting to be realized.