|Directed by||Tim Sutton|
|Produced by||John Baker|
|Screenplay by||Tim Sutton|
|Starring||Willis Earl Beal|
|Music by||Willis Earl Beal|
|Edited by||Seth Bomse|
|Distributed by||Kino Lorber|
The film later screened at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 17, 2014. Vimeo acquired the exclusive 30-day worldwide digital window on the film, while Kino Lorber will theatrically release the film.
A singer drifts through Memphis city on a journey of self-discovery.
- Willis Earl Beal
- Constance Brantley
- Larry Dodson
- Devonte Hull
- Lopaka Thomas
- John Gary Williams
Memphis received mostly positive reviews from critics. Justin Lowe in his review for The Hollywood Reporter called it "A film of quiet intensity and poetic imagery." Rob Nelson of Variety, praised the film by saying that "(it) is a digressive, daringly experimental study of a flailing musician, magnetically played by accomplished bluesman and poet Willis Earl Beal."
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