The journey of a stuntman learning to roll with life's hard hitting punches.
I got more than I expected from Danger God. I was looking forward to a documentary about B movies, low-budget cult films and how stuntmen do their job and survive. That is the story on the surface and it is done very well and you'll get all that and more about the movie business and stuntmen. The big story within this film is one man's journey. Danger God follows the trajectory of Gary's life from fighting the fake demons and monsters of the movies to fighting the real demons in our lives, cancer, alcoholism and hearts being pushed to the limit. Gary Kent is a kind of Zen master who can teach us how to roll with the punches of life as he has done. From all the blows life has dealt him, he's gotten up and done what we all have to do in living every day. Learn how to fall ... And get up again. Spending time with Gary and watching the film was always a worthwhile thing with unexpected pleasures and many entertaining moments.
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