David T. Little – and the sky was still there
Tim Wright – The Bridge (1929)
“And I heard a voice that said to me: If you care about the state of your soul, if you care about anything at all, if you want to continue to be a good person: Get out.” David T. Little’s ‘and the sky was still there’ with a film by R. Luke DuBois challenges the US army’s controversial ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy towards gay and lesbian soldiers.
Tim Wright’s sparse and tense music for a 1929 silent film by Charles Vidor tells the dramatic story of a spy sentenced to be hanged from a bridge.
Link to the YouTube Premiere: https://youtu.be/S1c_CrXcngg
Some people might find the films upsetting