The Work and the Story
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|The Work and the Story|
|Directed by||Nathan Smith Jones|
|Produced by||Miriam Smith|
|Written by||Nathan Smith Jones
|Starring||Nathan Smith Jones
|Music by||Big Idea Music|
|Distributed by||Off-Hollywood Distribution|
The Work and the Story is a Mormon mockumentary comedy film, written and directed by Nathan Smith Jones, that was released in 2003. The title of the film is a reference to the Mormon-oriented film The Work and the Glory.
The story takes place just after the fictional disappearance of Richard Dutcher, famous for beginning the current Mormon cinema phase with his work God's Army. After Dutcher's disappearance the film follows the journeys of three amateur filmmakers who are eager to take his place as the first "Mormon Spielberg". One of these filmmakers doesn't want to see Dutcher found.
- Tagline: "Large Egos. Big Dreams. Small Budgets."
- Official website
- The Work and the Story at the Internet Movie Database
- The Work and the Story at LDSFilm.com
- The Work and the Story at Rotten Tomatoes
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