The Men of Dodge City
All Films • 14-Mar-2013
Twentysomething J. and two of his close friends are in the process of realizing their utopian dream: turning an abandoned cathedral into a grant-powered, environmentally sustainable art space. A film that moves in small steps. Viewers are given little in terms of plot but are rewarded with thoughtful and charming characters, confident cinematography, and the use of a beautiful location.
Directed by Nandan Rao.
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