A delicate portrait of an artist as a young man who experiences a horrible accident. As the man, Oakley (Tad) Hall III, had influenced many, his fall did as well. But his rise is a terrific thing to watch.
The young playwright lived his dream by creating a theater company in Catskills, New York, and putting on a slew of successful productions. They converted a barn into a theater, with the actors living in an old Victoria house. All this was set beside a creek and an ominous bridge.
Filmmaker Bill Rose has created art out of Hall’s tragedy. You learn more about “THE END OF NAMELESS THINGS” (2004) and buy the DVD here.