The Song Of Sway Lake

THE SONG OF SWAY LAKE first premiered at the LA Film Festival in 2017 before touring the worldwide festival circuit at the Norwegian Film Festival, Sidewalk International Film Festival, Oaxaca International Film Festival, Woodstock International Film Festival, Twin Cities International Film Festival & Film Fest Munchen.
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THE SONG OF SWAY LAKE first premiered at the LA Film Festival in 2017 before touring the worldwide festival circuit at the Norwegian Film Festival, Sidewalk International Film Festival, Oaxaca International Film Festival, Woodstock International Film Festival, Twin Cities International Film Festival & Film Fest Munchen. A young jazz collector plots to rob his wealthy grandmother of a rare 78 record, but his plan is derailed when his accompllice falls for the glamorous matriarch. THE SONG OF SWAY LAKE is a lush romantic drama about the vanished grace of America, and the spell cast by the melodies of the dead. Starring Rory Culkin, Robert Sheehan, Isabelle McNally, Mary Beth Peil, Jack Falahee, the late great Elizabeth Peña and narration by Brian Dennehy.

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Director(s): Ari Gold

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Writer(s): Elizabeth Bull, Ari Gold

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Cast: Rory Culkin, Robert Sheehan, Isabelle McNally, Mary Beth Peil, Jack Falahee, the late great Elizabeth Peña and narration by Brian Dennehy.

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Language: English

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