Since the dawn of cinema, the unsung hero of Hollywood action films has been the stunt person. Men and women who rarely get face time or name recognition, but still cause audiences to Ooh and Aah in amazement at the physical feats that make it onto the screen. Gary Kent, the subject of director Joe O’Connell’s new documentary, Danger God is a man with a story to tell in words and injuries that will fascinate movie fans who love to know the whole story.
You may not be familiar with all the 60s movie figures satirized in Tarantino’s new Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, but you can change that. Cliff Booth, Brad Pitt’s stuntman character in the film, was loosely based on a real stuntman named Gary Kent. Now you can learn all about Kent in a new documentary from Wild Eye Releasing, Danger God.