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Broken Frame

“Broken Frame seems an apt name for a film that took 22 years to complete, even if it was shot on video originally! This is an inspirational story from Paul Gorman and Rain City Cinema, and I suggest anyone who’s ever struggled to make it in the film industry watches the entire film.” — Brett Gerry U.K 'Film Of The Day' critic

In 1988 Seattle Filmmaker Paul Gorman filmed "Broken Frame".  For more than two decades his detective murder mystery sat unedited due to a series of mishaps and life's curves. But twenty-two years later it was finally completed.  However, the years have taken a toll and left him pondering a far bigger tragedy and whether to screen the film.

Broken into three parts, the movie is a documentary chronicling the mishaps and perils of making the film, along with the movie itself. The result is a film that is an inspiration to the spirit of independent filmmaking and to anyone who has unfinished projects.

Now you can view the trailer.  Merely click on the start button below.