Last Soul on a Summer Night
(Black & White, Widescreen)
In 1919, Hart Crane said of Sherwood Anderson's Wines burg, Ohio: "America should read this book on her knees. It is a chapter in the Bible of her consciousness." the Last Soul on a Summer Night is a contemporary reinterpretation of the antique narrative with an African American cast and a dash of ecstatic reality. This critically acclaimed adaptation of one of the most highly regarded books in the history of American literature, tells the story, almost in mythical fashion, of lost and lonely souls taken to a Chicago Heights boarding house where layfolk and churchfolk alike struggle with their personal demons. It is a journey of self discovery where a man takes a truth to himself...