Behind the Bars

Behind the Bars

Behind the Bars is a short starring Brian Capshaw. Based on the poem by Edward Smyth Jones, "Behind the Bars" tells the story of Jones' life of oppression, moving from his early childhood, when he began writing, through the...

Running Time
5 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Short, Documentary, History, Biography, Animation
Neely Goniodsky
Brian Capshaw
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about short «Behind the Bars» (19)

Nancy R. avatar
Nancy R.

Throughout the course of his life, poet Edward Smyth Jones faces an uphill battle through the oppression that the institutions of the world hold against men of his race. As the obstacles surmount and things begin to seem hopeless, he turns to the written word to find solace in his experience - finding meaning in his struggle and passing down the story of his life in order to teach future generations how to find comfort in a life hindered by inexplicable prejudices.

Lauren B. avatar
Lauren B.

This is an amazing piece of work. It has incredible artistry. Excellent and Intellectual History!

Craig C. avatar
Craig C.

Without giving away too much, Brian Capshaw just kills it. He is one class actor. The impressions his portrayal gives us is that he was born to play this role!

Kathryn Dunn avatar
Kathryn Dunn

Wow! I was so hyped for this movie, I was sure it couldn't live up to it. But damn it was awesome to be blown away like that.

Anthony R. avatar
Anthony R.

Here it is, the masterpiece we've been waiting for!

Joseph R. avatar
Joseph R.

I watched it twice over the weekend.

Kimberly Oliver avatar
Kimberly Oliver

Amazing story with great acting! A must see for Brian Capshaw fans!

Ronald Little avatar
Ronald Little

I loved every bit of this movie. I would 100% watch again.

Frank W. avatar
Frank W.

How movies are supposed to end!!

Jose avatar

I love love love this keeps you on the edge of your seat must see movie its truly amazing on sooo many levels