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Richard Tyson, Ivy Isenberg & Roy Alfred Jr. in Bangkok where Glorydays was the landslide favorite for audience choice award.

GloryDays in Bangkok, Thailand at TIDFF

Cristopher Leeson

First up was Roy Alfred Jr's Glory Days. The film depicts the adventures in Thailand of the former members of the Spiders, a Gen X rock band fondly remembered for their heroic levels of excessive hedonism and a one hit wonder. 


At this point the film could have gone wrong in so, so, so many ways but director Roy Alfred Jr. jettisons the tired shackles of the Mock Doc set up and goes all in on an ensemble piece as his characters struggle with their failures and the glimmer of hope of a revival. With insightful dialogue, irreverent disregard for anything resembling political correctness and playing big to the heart strings, director Alfred stays (just), on the right side of sentimental.

Glory Days has enough heart and humour to take its rightful place in the pantheon of a sub genre so rightly invented and ruled by Spinal Tap.

"Run" Nathamonkarn lead actress in GloryDays

Bangkok Thailand

Run the Thai superstar and supermodel keeps getting on the cover of Thailands top magazines. Several are talking about her role in GloryDays as the enchanting tour guide who transforms the life of a broken Rock Star.

GloryDays DCP test screening 

GloryDays picks up another huge fan as Steve Adler original drummer from Guns N' Roses views the film he worked on for the first time.

"That was a totally awesome movie! I can't believe how much fun it was, and how good the music is! Please let me know if there's anything I can do to help promote it".


Steve kept texting the director for 2 days about how much he liked it....

Steve Adler,  J  Scott  and  Tommy Train after the screening.

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