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In 1978, Oakley Hall III, the brilliant and charismatic founder of the Lexington Conservatory Theater, had it all. Together, his merry band transformed the run-down Catskills camp where they worked and lived into their creative paradise. THE LOSS OF NAMELESS THINGS is the harrowing tale of Hall's fall from grace, a bittersweet look at what was recaptured and a heartbreaking reminder of what was lost forever.
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5.0

Awesome

By Lori

from Columbus, OH

Comments about PBS Independent Lens: The Loss of Nameless Things DVD:

I was unable to tear myself away for the whole show. Not a day now goes by that I don't think of Tad and the LCT. I came away from this haunting documentary with the devastating feeling that by not living through the time period in which Tad practiced, I have missed out on some very important and profound art; and by having not been lucky enough to have had the opportunity to have access to his plays, I feel deeply as though I am "missing" something and my life is less than full...there truly are no words to even adequately describe this feeling. Kudos to the makers of this film, it is the best documentary I've ever seen before. Kudos to everyone involved in the making of this documentary. I'm so grateful that Tad has gone on to have such a great recovery and full life!

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Moving and fascinating story.

By Film buff

from Syracuse, NY

Comments about PBS Independent Lens: The Loss of Nameless Things DVD:

I was riveted through the entire film! And couldn't stop thinking about it for weeks afterwards. I can't wait to get the DVD. This was a really compelling story of the loss of a genius and how it (still) effects the people around him. Beautifully done!

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