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Published On: Fri, Sep 5th, 2014

Richard Ramsey interview: ‘The Song,’ creating and casting, Ali Faulkner, Alan Powell

Writer and director Richard Ramsey has produced The Song, inspired by the Biblical story of Solomon and his fall from grace.

Alan Powell as Jed in "The Song"

Alan Powell as Jed in “The Song”

Jed (Powell) is the son of Rock star David King and struggles to find his own identity. When Jed surrenders to Christian living and finds the love of his life, an truly inspired song catapults his career into super-stardom. With fame comes temptation and just as Solomon in the Bible struggled and fell, so does Jed.

Richard reveals his journey writing the script, dealing with his own personal challenges of faith and Ecclesiastes had answers.

He offers up some casting insight and praised the actors extensively, detailing the challenges for Ali Faulkner.

Check out the full interview below.

The Song stars Alan Powell, Ali Faulkner, Caitlin Nicol-Thomas and Danny Vinson.

The Song opens in theaters on September 26, 2014.

 

Get more information on The Song at their official website: http://thesongmovie.com/

CHECK OUT OUR FULL REVIEW OF THE SONG HERE

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More info at TheSongmovie.com and at  www.TheSongResources.com

The Song photo Caitlin Nicol Thomas Alan Powell singing

The Song movie poster

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