Plan 9 From Syracuse

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Plan 9 From Syracuse

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Plan 9 From Syracuse

How far are you willing to go for a dream? On August 15th, 2006, filmmaker Ryan Dacko set out to get a 30-minute meeting with a major Hollywood producer by running on foot from Syracuse, New York to Hollywood, California. Plan 9 from Syracuse documents all the events surrounding Dacko's historical trek across the United States of America. In an ultimate example of reality filmmaking, every piece of footage is placed in chronological order as the events of Plan 9 from Syracuse are shown exactly as they happened.

Watch as one man fights, with pure heart and determination, through blizzards, sandstorms, injuries, and an uncertain outcome. Plan 9 from Syracuse "presents a stunning portrait of bravery and dedication" (Phil Hall, Film Threat Magazine). The result is a truly inspirational, and in-your-face look into the reality of independent filmmaking in the 21st century. Through intense video footage, brilliant still photography, and a haunting soundtrack by the acclaimed band, The Lost Patrol, another chapter is written in history as one man continues the classic pursuit of the American Dream: Plan 9 from Syracuse.


  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added Jun 03 2008
  • Empire SKU 1409864
  • UPC Code 674945125533
  • Studio  Sub Rosa Studios
  • Packaging Keep
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Disc SS-DL


Isolated Music Soundtrack
Filmmaker Commentary Track
Music Commentary Track
Bonus Footage Not Seen In Theaters


  • Audio
    English Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Video
    Standard 1.33:1 Color

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