This World Won't Break

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This World Won't Break
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byJosh David Jordan
Produced by
  • Jessica Marie Jordan
  • Tamber Johnson
  • Willy Adams
  • Jenny Kirtland
Written byJosh David Jordan
Starring
  • Greg Schroeder
  • Roxanna Redfoot
  • Matthew Posey
  • Sonny Jordan
  • Tim DeLaughter
  • Mitchell Parrack
Music byMichael Paraskevas
CinematographyChris Bourke
Edited by
  • Julian Sol Jordan
  • Josh David Jordan
Production
company
  • Whiskey Beard Films
  • Westfolk Film Co.
  • Tamco Productions
  • Bolt Productions
Release date
2019
Running time
148 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$36,000

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This World Won't Break is a 2019 American musical-drama film written and directed by Josh David Jordan. It stars Greg Schroeder, Roxanna Redfoot, Matthew Posey, Sonny Jordan, Tim DeLaughter, and Mitchell Parrack.

The film world premiered and won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature Film at the 2019 Dallas International Film Festival[1]. The production began on a budget of $36,000. It is described as an intimate look inside the life of a struggling musician, and a beautiful love letter to the city of Dallas, Texas.

Plot Summary[edit]

A broke-down middle aged Texan troubadour yearns to be remembered like the southern bluesmen before him, but his failings and self-doubt forestall his musical dreams and blind him to the open road.

Cast[edit]

  • Matthew Posey as Lonnie Milligan
  • Mitchell Parrack as Catfish
  • Sonny Jordan as Sonny Valentine
  • Jessica Marie Jordan as Jessie
  • George Dunham as Bubba
  • Tim DeLaughter as Troylene
  • Jason Wortham as Sheriff

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  1. 1.0 1.1 "Dallas International Film Festival". Dallas International Film Festival. March 2019.