Experiencing Interruptions?

Buddhist Lovers and Other Troubles

a look into the complexities of love and relationships.
The application of real world lives and their lack of rationale as opposed to the tradition school of philosophical understanding.
the viewers follow the twisted tales of a love triangle as it emerges through the philosopher, the Buddhist, and the lover and the web of love in which they are bound.
Seeking tenure and stablity, Al Greko (jim Ralston) may have lost his tenure in love as his wife Dee (Kathy Mc Adory) rekindles a relationship with a college sweetheart (John Bardi).
Philosophical questions of love and relationships are examined as each of them searches for self and love on their own journeys together.

  • Jorn Bramann
    silent city, the end of art
  • jorn k. bramann
    silent city, the end of art
  • grainy pictures productions in association with KraZy KiDD teleproductions and Local link TV3
  • john bardi, kathy mc adory, jim ralston
    Key Cast
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    1 hour 8 minutes 9 seconds
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    May 5, 2015
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  • directors showcase
    Deep Creek Lake Maryland
    May 7, 2015
Director Biography - Jorn Bramann

Jorn K. Bramann, PhD
Professor Emeritus
and part-time instructor
Department of Philosophy
Frostburg State University
Main Publications: Self-Determination: An Anthology of Philosophy and Poetry, ed. (Adler Publishing Company, 1984; Second edition 1987)
Capital as Power: A Concise Summary of The Marxist Analysis of Capitalism (Adler Publishing Co, 1984)
Wittgenstein's Tractatus and The Modern Arts (Adler Publishing Co, 1985
From Outside of Western Civilization: A Collection of Readings, ed. (with Gersham Nelson and Eira Patnaik; G. Aston Nelson Books, 1991)
Philosophical Films: A Special Topics Course
Educating Rita and Other Philosophical Movies (Nightsun Books, 2009)
"Wittgenstein on Learning, Practice, and Logical Necessity" (with Thomas A. Mappes)
"Understanding the End of Art"
Translation (with J. Axelrod) of Jochen Ziem's Uprising in East Germany and Other Stories (Adler Publishing Co, 1984)
Translation of poems by Wolfdietrich Schnurre: Climb, But Downward (Acheron Press, 1983)
Editor of Nightsun (1981-89)
Phantom Doors: A Mystery (G. Aston Nelson Books, 1998
"Karl Wittgenstein, Business Tycoon and Art Patron" (with John Moran)

Some Points In and About Nicaragua (1990).
Taking Cover: The Role of the Uniform in Films of the Weimar Republic (presented at the "16th Colloquium on Literature and Film" at West Virginia University, September 1991).
Buddhist Lovers and Other Troubles (1994).
Living in the Country (television series produced in association with TV-3 in McHenry, Maryland; Fall 1995)

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