Heart of the Beholder


Heart of the Beholder is a 2005 drama film that was written and directed by Ken Tipton. It is based on Tipton's own experience as the owner of a chain of videocassette rental stores in the 1980s. Tipton and his family had opened the first videocassette rental stores in St. Louis in 1980; their business was destroyed by a campaign of Christian fundamentalists who objected to the chain's carrying the film The Last Temptation of Christ for rental.

The film showed at the 2005 Westwood Film Festival.[1] Critic Ryan Cracknell summarized the film, "There's no shortage of material for writer-director Ken Tipton to work with here. That alone makes Heart of the Beholder a film of interest. It is in many ways a politically charged film as it touches on issues of freedom of speech, religious beliefs and all out fanaticism. Still, I didn't think it was charged with enough balance and I think a large part had to do with the film's inconsistent pacing."[2]

The film won the best feature award at the 2005 New Hampshire Film Festival and the directors choice award at the 2005 Bluegrass Independent Film Festival.

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Heart of the Beholder ast uz
旁观者的心zh-hans zh
قلب یک مخاطبfa
Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
IMDB: 373
Offizielle Webseite:www.beholder.com
Regie:Ken Tipton
Drehbuch:Ken Tipton
Produzent:Ken Tipton
Darsteller:Matt Letscher
Sarah Brown
John Dye
Anne Ramsay
Michael Dorn
Jason Wiles
Greg Germann
Ken Tipton
Arden Myrin
Silas Weir Mitchell
Tony Todd
Chloë Grace Moretz
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Bluegrass Independent Film Festival
Director's Choice
Best Feature Film
New Hampshire Film Festival
Best Feature
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