Enter the Garden

Posted on: June 6, 2001 | Views: 28 | Comment

Since the Montagues and Capulets, or Chuck Norris and Bruce Lee, such high tension and powerful drama has not been captured in the performing arts...until now.

Enter the Garden, a motion picture of underwhelming proportions, Josh Goldstein and Michele Hyde, plants age-old seeds of hatred and family feuding early, nurtures their growth through forbidden love and open animosity, and collectively harvests them in the film's ultimate crescendo.

With more than just a touch of off-center Taoism, personified in the "mystic gardener," the film's amalgam of themes jabs at the classics through the profound insight of screenwriter, director and cinematographer.

Enter the Garden, running 12 minutes, is written, directed, photographed, produced and edited by Josh Goldstein and Michele Hyde. It was accepted and screened at the Atlanta International Film and Video Festival. 

bruce lee • shakespear • mash-up • martial arts • family feud