Watch: Trailer for Doc About Stephen Lang's War Play 'Beyond Glory'

August 12, 2016
Source: YouTube

Beyond Glory Trailer

"'Above and beyond the call of duty' - that's what it says…" Gravitas Ventures has unveiled a trailer for a documentary called Beyond Glory, capturing the story of actor Stephen Lang as he performs his own play titled "Beyond Glory". He first started performing "Beyond Glory" in 2004 - a one-man show where he tells eight different stories of Medal of Honor recipients. You'll see a glimpse of some of his performances in this trailer and he looks tremendous, truly bringing powerful emotions to these stories of brave men fighting in wars. This shows how remarkably talented Stephen Lang is, and it's worth watching for that reason alone.

Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Larry Brand's documentary Beyond Glory, direct from YouTube:

Beyond Glory Poster

Follows acclaimed actor Stephen Lang as he tracks the ten year odyssey behind his one-man show about eight Medal of Honor recipients. Also features Gary Sinise. The documentary is directed by Larry Brand, of the films Masque of the Red Death, Paranoia, Overexposed, The Girl on the Train and Christina previously. Executive produced by Jon Landau and James Cameron. Lang first wrote and began performing the play, Beyond Glory, in 2004 eventually performing for troops overseas, as seen in footage in this trailer. Gravitas Ventures will release Beyond Glory in select theaters starting October 2016 this fall. Interested?

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US only trailer, that sucks. Stephen Lang is one cool dude, even in crappy movies he is among the good parts...

Enola on Aug 12, 2016


One man performances are mind-boggling. I did not know Lang had this kind of performance in him.

DAVIDPD on Aug 12, 2016


Me either, but now that I've seen this trailer, I really want to see this show (the play) in person.

Alex Billington on Aug 15, 2016


I like to see when some actor does something, well, beyond what he, or she (actress) is usually known or famous. Kudos for this guy. Although I don't like army and despise wars I always understand and support the motivation to bring something humane among those ...

shiboleth on Aug 12, 2016


Well Bo, I have to thank you for this. I had sincerely some reservations about this but I didn't want to be a smart ass about American army or actors doing something good. I was hoping that there's some story of humanity about it. But I'll trust you over this. And I agree with you regarding all that sentimental patriotism (or patriotism of any kind), it's quite annoying and hypocritical. Believe me, in a world where I live it's quite unbearable especially when it comes to these small Eastern European little nations with big ideas of patriotic societies. As for the war, that's true, too. I haven't been in one (although I spent almost a year in the army) but I know a lot of people that were engaged as soldiers. Many times not willingly. You learn really fast that people who saw the war are those who despise one the most... As you say sometimes; Peace Bo ...

shiboleth on Aug 13, 2016


I know about that line you stated in the first sentence. So true, so true. And thank you for being a soul mate on this one. Later ...

shiboleth on Aug 13, 2016


20th century fox looking at this thinking " mmmm, what about Kyle Chandler "

RAZZADDER on Aug 13, 2016

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