The Dragons of Jim Green
Directed by Randy M. Salo
True. Science. Fiction.
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Jim Green has turned his house into a crumbling museum exhibiting what he claims are artifacts in rock from the deep past, remnants of a hyper-advanced civilization of reptilian humanoids.
As a young boy, Jimâ€™s grandson Randy was entranced when he first heard these epic tales, and later he promised Jim he would discover the truth. Returning to South Carolina, Randy meets with scientists, family members and Jimâ€™s old colleagues. What he finds includes war trauma from remote tropical islands, supernatural phenomena, science fiction writing, and his own surprising role in his grandfatherâ€™s stories.
- Running time
- 77 minutes
- Ted Weinbaum ... Co-Producer, Editor, Production Sound Mixer
- Randy M. Salo ... Director, Co-Producer, Music Composer
- Michael Grantland ... Director of Photography
- Prod. Co.
- GPR Productions
- United States
- Years of Production
- South Carolina, New York
- Release year
- Sarasota Film Festival, Indie Grits Film Festival
- People's Grit (Audience Award), Indie Grits Film Festival, IFP Film Week selection 2010
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