Bardo Blues (2017)

5.4
  • Genre: Drama
  • Release year: 2017 (2019-05-03)
  • Running time: 85 min
  • Original Title: Bardo Blues
  • Voted: 68
Bardo Blues is a movie starring Stephen McClintic, Marcia Kimpton, and Gina Haining. Story of a mentally ill young man attempting to come to grips with his haunting past by seeking solace and understanding in the unfamiliar Eastern...
#PersonCharacters
1Stephen McClinticJack Shore
2Marcia KimptonGabriella
3Gina HainingClare
4Brian GrossTrevor Shore
  • BE HERE NOW 5/18/2019 12:00:00 AM by mohd_ali_1 7

    Running from past and searching for a future where the truth lies in the present. A subjective interpretation of existence, life and death in a prepetual motion, repeating themselves one after the other culminates down to the one moment. The moment of realization. The film captures the struggle of a young writer, an addict, trying to escape by searching for his mother in a far away place.

  • A great movie with a profound message. 4/14/2019 12:00:00 AM by justin-209-152796 10

    Not only does Bardo Blues have something very interesting to say, but it sorta creeps up on you in a great way. There are some heart-pounding moments and some things that really made me reevaluate how I see the world. Short run time, highly recommended.

  • Bardo Blues Rocks 4/13/2019 12:00:00 AM by marciakimpton 10

    The last clip in the movie gives the the entire truth about this semi-autobiographical story about a writer /artist ,Jack Shore, who at 27 years old when he goes to Thailand in search of something only to find out in this surprise ending something very different. If you like mysteries or dramas or thrilled this film is for you!

  • What an powerful film 4/20/2019 12:00:00 AM by empiremgmt2003 10

    Saw this at the La Femme Film Fest and wow I was impressed. Totally unexpected ending, great acting and beautifully shot. I expect great things to come for this film. Good job guys! Really enjoyed-

  • Brilliant and Thought-provoking 5/3/2019 12:00:00 AM by cbarry-92619 10

    So impressed! Great directing, acting and cinematography with an unexpected twist at the end. This brilliant and thought-provoking film has and should continue to win many awards.

#PersonCrew
1Ian McAleececinematographer
2Mark Hainingdirector
3Justin McAleecedirector
4Jason Shamaieditor
5Jason Shamaiwriter
6Anthony Taylorwriter