Saturday, November 7, 2015

An Inside Look at Beyond Glory the Film Starring Stephen Lang

Originating as Larry Smith's best selling war chronicle and later a hit play, Beyond Glory the film starring Stephen Lang is starting to show in theaters across the U.S. Beyond Glory is an epic, edge-of-your-seat story that embodies the personae of eight Medal of Honor recipients involved in desperate conflicts of Vietnam, Korea, and WWII.

The Creation of Beyond Glory the Movie

For several years Stephen Lang has been recognized as one of the most acclaimed actors. From showcasing in Broadway shows to appearing on the IMAX screen, Stephen Lang has established an incredible reputation in many performances. From taking the role as Happy Loman in Death of a Salesman to starring as Col. Quaritch in Avatar, Stephen Lang has crafted cunning roles of subtlety, power, and depth.

In the movie Beyond Glory, Stephen Lang reunites with director Larry Brand to portray eight warriors of battle whose memories come to life in the highly-acclaimed play Beyond Glory.

A Brief Look Into Beyond Glory the Film

Indie filmmaker Larry Brand partners with actor Stephen Lang on an emotional and courageous roller coaster through the lives of eight WWII, Korea, and Vietnam warriors. Altering his character with craft, Stephen Lang delves deep into the raw emotion, fortitude, humility, pain, and joy embodying the Medal of Honor recipients with a captivating story to tell.

As director of Beyond Glory, Larry Brand exercises his cinematic skills to illuminate and frame each story in a unique and compelling way. The outcome is a beautiful marriage of two art forms, cinema and theater, each informing and supporting the other. Together Brand and Lang have created an original portrayal in the film version: Beyond Glory.

Acclamations for Beyond Glory the Movie

Stephen Lang, Larry Brand, and indie film production company 8180 Films, have been honor with many acclamations for Beyond Glory the movie. Below are just a few of the more credible testimonials of the film Beyond Glory.

"Beyond Glory allows the voices of servicemen to be heard without the filter of the conventions of drama or the prerogatives of deadline-driven journalism. Its sobriety, simplicity and lack of histrionics are the show’s signal strengths." - Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

"An unsparingly direct portrait of men at war, pushed into narrow corners and faced with hard choices. One of the richest, most complex pieces of acting I've seen in my theater-going life." - Terry Teachout, Wall Street Journal

"A stunning tour de force performance. Stephen Lang leads us on a journey through WWII, Korea and Vietnam, taking us to a realm beyond." -

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