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Double Digits: The Story of a Neighborhood Movie Star (2015)

Deep in the recesses of YouTube there is an ingenious artist who cannot be stopped. Despite having almost no audience, he consistently churns out 3-4 original feature-length films a year. ... See full summary »

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Justinsuperstar (as Justin Johnson)

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Justinsuperstar (story) (as Justin Johnson)
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Justinsuperstar ... Himself (as Justin Johnson)
Richard Miller Richard Miller ... Himself (as Richard 'R.G' Miller)
Erik Young Erik Young ... Himself (as 'Deejay Erik' Young)
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Deep in the recesses of YouTube there is an ingenious artist who cannot be stopped. Despite having almost no audience, he consistently churns out 3-4 original feature-length films a year. He's made action movies, horror movies, westerns and more. He's not rich, he has no crew, no formal training and aside from his action figures, plays virtually every part. Welcome to the inspiring, imaginative, and often handmade world of Ultra-DIY filmmaker Richard 'R.G.' Miller, a 50 year-old man who creates impossible blockbusters from his tiny studio apartment in Wichita, Kansas.

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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

8 December 2015 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Extremely inspiring and very well done.
22 July 2015 | by Clinton JonesSee all my reviews

Double Digits sucked me in right from the start. I was blown away by R.G. Miller and his dedication to his craft. The documentary stuck with me for days. I still think about R.G. and his successes and struggles. Totally understandable and extremely inspiring. Very well done. I don't usually cry during movies but this one hit my pretty hard. It was definitely a mix of emotions though. You really feel for R.G. and learn a lot through him. His creative drive is off the charts. I don't know how he does it. The pacing and the edit were great and the music was on point. You're with R.G. all the way though the end. I was glued from the start. I highly recommend this documentary to all the creators out there. R.G. Miller is a child at heart, and I think we have a lot to learn from this man.


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