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The Golden Age ()


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A musical rockumentary about subversive pop star Maya O'Malley and his journey towards spiritual redemption following his being dropped from Aspect Records in the Fall of 2012.

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Maya O'Malley
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Kathryn O'Malley
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Himself
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Joe
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Morgan Winslow
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PBS Host
Saffron Mazzia ...
Newscaster
Tim Woodward ...
Late Night Talk Show Host
Rachel Perry ...
Vrinda Halloran
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Carol Buras
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Interviewer
Jamie Connor ...
Himself
Brandon Smith ...
Carl Perkins
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Sex interviewer
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Billy Paulson
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Shane Collins
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Medical Orderly
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Politician Security
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Stuart
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War Mom
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Jane Healy
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Jeff Mackie
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Jen
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William
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Chris Edwards
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Ashley Tolman
Destiny Soria ...
Patron (uncredited)

Directed by

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Justin Connor

Written by

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Justin Connor ... ()

Produced by

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Justin Connor ... executive producer / producer

Music by

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Justin Connor

Cinematography by

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Jonas Navickas

Film Editing by

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Julian Milo

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Jacob Houchen ... assistant sound editor
Derek Vanderhorst ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor

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Paolo Arriola ... d.i.t.

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Kevin Leonard ... researcher

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Plot Summary

The Golden Age is a musical rockumentary about a 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 Anthropomorphic Films

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  • The Golden Age (United States)
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  • 102 min
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