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The Golden Age (2017)

After a string of controversial remarks gets him dropped from his music label, pop star Maya O'Malley sets out on a spiritual pilgrimage throughout India in an attempt to resolve his troubled past.

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Justin Connor

Writer:

Justin Connor
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Justin Connor ... Maya O'Malley
Christopher May ... John Crispin
Brian Jacobs ... Barry Rosenthal
Ellen Gerstein ... Kathryn O'Malley
David Lovering ... Self
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami ... Self
Joe Fiske ... Joe
Andrew Leeds ... Morgan Winslow
Michael Faulkner ... PBS Host
Saffron Mazzia Saffron Mazzia ... Newscaster
Tim Woodward Tim Woodward ... Late Night Talk Show Host
Rachel Perry Rachel Perry ... Vrinda Halloran
Teresa Ganzel ... Carol Buras
Beverly Hynds ... Interviewer
Jamie Connor Jamie Connor ... Self
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The Golden Age is a musical feature film about subversive pop star named Maya. After getting dropped from his major record label, due to his outspoken views on religion and corporate greed, Maya spiraled out of control in a cycle of fear and excess. We follow his journey towards redemption through friends, band mates, music critics, and familial siblings, set against the backdrop of the gorgeous and idiosyncratic music he created. Written by Justin Connor

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27 June 2020 | by jkinnhSee all my reviews

Not a wasted frame. Not a wasted word. Not a wasted detail. THE GOLDEN AGE refuses to allow its audience to watch passively. Every filmmaking decision was a functional and imperative cog which created this fine work of cinematographic art. Maya O'Malley is each of us as we struggle to make sense of our own lives. If there can be such a thing, this will surely become a mainstream cult classic.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

5 June 2020 (USA) See more »

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