Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Alongside Night Clips

I haven't seen the movie yet, but the book is superb, and I've heard nothing but good stuff about the movie.  Here are a couple of clips and some publicity:

Two Video Clips from Alongside Night
by J. Neil Schulman
jneil@jesulu.com


Special to L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise

Elliot Vreeland (Christian Kramme) refuses a "one-minute topic" homework assignment from his teacher at Ansonia Prep School, instead creating his own video presentation, based on the book "Not Worth A Continental" by his father, Nobel-prizewinner-in-economics, Dr. Martin Vreeland (Kevin Sorbo).
from Alongside Night
From Alongside Night: "Economics in One Minute"
by J. Neil Schulman


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Elliot Vreeland (Christian Kramme) heads out to meet "Al" (J. Neil Schulman) at the Rabelais Bookstore, per instructions from Elliot's father, Nobel-prizewinner-in-economics, Dr. Martin Vreeland (Kevin Sorbo). Elliot's mission is to retrieve gold the family needs for a planned escape from arrest warrants due to a political crisis surrounding an impending monetary collapse. As Elliot approaches the bookstore he passes a news billboard showing Dr. Ron Paul talking about the monetary collapse while a news crawl shows that as the Dow hits $5 million the American dollar will no longer be accepted for stock trading.


from Alongside Night
Dr.Ron Paul in Alongside Night

by J. Neil Schulman


Official Movie Website: http://www.AlongsideNightMovie.com
Official Facebook: http://Facebook.com/AlongsideNightMovie
Official Twitter: http://Twitter.com/AlongsideNight


These are clips from the new futuristic political thriller, Alongside Night, based on the J. Neil Schulman novel praised by Milton Friedman, Anthony Burgess, Glenn Beck, and Ron Paul, written, produced, and directed by the original novel's author.

"A great movie, sure to be recognized as a milestone in libertarian entertainment."
—Scott Bieser, artist, Big Head Press


"The story is, by turns, touching, suspense-filled, violent when violence was called for, highly polemic, and altogether satisfying."
—L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise

"A movie dedicated to promoting liberty and warning about a too powerful government."
—Coos County Democrat


"Abundant professional talent ...supported the making of this fine movie. The result is visually bright and stunning, laced and layered with great music and pregnant with the theme of the unquenchable human spirit seeking liberty."
—Jerry Jewett, Mondo Cult


Rated PG-13
filmRatings.com
MPAA.org

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