A Film by Roger and Gerald Sindell

Cleveland Plain Dealer

by Peter Bellamy, Entertainment Editor Feb 4, 1968 Last July two young brothers came to town to raise $107.000 with the ambition of producing an art film of genuine artistic merit in Cleveland. They have succeeded admirably. The brothers are Roger Sindell, 25, and his brother, Gerry, 23, the sons of David Sindell, the Cleveland attorney. Their film,...

Los Angeles Times

by Kevin Thomas, Times Staff Writer The theme of the film, to the Sindell’s credit, is major and timely: the impossibility of living in splendid isolation in today’s world. Their handsome hero (Jeremiah Sullivan) is third cellist in the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, lives in a converted coach house is Shaker Heights with his wife (Mimi Torchin) and...