Long Shot

  • 1981
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Drama

An interesting independent film that deals with business and other hurdles one must go through to make a film. Most of the people acting in the film are nonactors: Gormley, who plays a producer, is a film producer, and directors Wenders and Boorman depict directors. Most of the film was shot during the 1977 Edinburgh Festival using part improvisation and...read more

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An interesting independent film that deals with business and other hurdles one must go through to make a film. Most of the people acting in the film are nonactors: Gormley, who plays a producer, is a film producer, and directors Wenders and Boorman depict directors. Most of the film was

shot during the 1977 Edinburgh Festival using part improvisation and part scripted scenes. Gormley plays a Scottish producer trying to get his so-called commercial film "Gulf and Western" off the ground. A somewhat bleak picture that should be seen by anyone who ever thought they'd like to make a

movie.

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  • Released: 1981
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: An interesting independent film that deals with business and other hurdles one must go through to make a film. Most of the people acting in the film are nonactors: Gormley, who plays a producer, is a film producer, and directors Wenders and Boorman depict… (more)

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