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Myth (film)

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Directed byBrian DiLorenzo
Produced byGia Mckenna Brian DiLorenzo
Written byBrian DiLorenzo
StarringNicholas Tucci

Justin Andrew Davis

Sadie Scott

Connor Dylan

Alex Beechko
Music bySuzie
CinematographyDaniel Brady
Edited byBrian DiLorenzo
Release date
CountryUnited States

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Myth centers on lonely [1] Alex (Justin Andrew Davis) and his favorite director [2] JP Smith (Nicholas Tucci), who encounter each other in a sleepy town in upstate New York. Alex, eager to bring JP into his life, unwillingly opens himself to all of JP's whims and direction; allowing it to become the exciting plot of a new movie. Armed with only an outdated 90’s camcorder [3], JP begins to chronicle Alex’s every move, turning him into the star of his next project: a lo-fi, cinéma vérité depiction in which plot, theme, and story are unknown to everyone, including Alex himself. New characters begin to emerge, including Ruby (Sadie Scott), an enchanting young woman whom Alex falls for, as well as his romantic rival Josh (Connor Dylan); a classically cool, chain-smoking drifter with matinée idol good looks. As the project progresses, Alex struggles to decipher what is real and stay ahead of JP and his calculating producer Nora (Alex Beechko). What ensues is a series of increasingly chaotic and volatile situations for Alex, as he vies for Ruby’s affection under the watchful eye of JP’s camera.

Character name Role
Nicholas Tucci JP Smith
Justin Andrew Davis Alex
Sadie Scott Ruby
Connor Dylan Josh
Alex Beechko Nora
Kevin Gonzalez Jonah
Joanna Janetakis Karina
Matthew Kelly Officer Brady
Max MacKenzie Tyler
Mark Marron Donie
Morgan Nichols Graffiti Man
Chris Ragni Officer Burke
Mary Tighe Amber
Joel Widman Glen


Filmed in large part in the rural farm areas of upstate New York, "Myth" is in many ways a homecoming for the film's writer/director, Brian DiLorenzo, who grew up in the area. The production employed a technique of mixing seasoned stage and film actors, with local members of the area. The end result is a fully realized world, that feels both familiar and new, with surprises popping out from every corner. [4] [5] [6] [7]


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