Throughout, the story is driven by Ethan, whose new-found, and seemingly uncharacteristic willingness to flirt with danger under the influence of his brother's friend forces Brian to confront his own buried grief. The film blends the fictional characters into the real-life, South Pasadena (CA) High School Marching Band, which '...lends the film a greater sense of realism than more glossy Hollywood productions about teens deliver.'

Reviews: Access Atlanta Filmicability'> Lindsay D. Mofford - Film and Television Editor, Los Angeles, California - I.A.T.S.E Local 700



Lindsay D. Mofford

Film and Television Editor/Director
Content Producer
Los Angeles, California
I.A.T.S.E Local 700
Lindsay@LindsayMofford.com

Sweet Old World

Sweet Old World tells the fictional story of a father (Brian) and teenage son (Ethan) whose lives were shattered when the son's brother was killed in an accident seven years earlier. Both trapped in their own private grief and pain, their relationship has grown strained and cold over the years. The return of the dead son's best friend causes Brian and Ethan's carefully constructed protective shells to shatter-bringing them both to the brink of disaster.

Throughout, the story is driven by Ethan, whose new-found, and seemingly uncharacteristic willingness to flirt with danger under the influence of his brother's friend forces Brian to confront his own buried grief. The film blends the fictional characters into the real-life, South Pasadena (CA) High School Marching Band, which '...lends the film a greater sense of realism than more glossy Hollywood productions about teens deliver.'

Reviews: Access Atlanta Filmicability

Narrative Feature, 2012

Director: David Zeiger
Producer: Vangie Griego
Company: Displaced Films

Role: Editor


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