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Jacob Bannon documentary ‘Rungs on a Ladder’ streaming now
By Matthew on 29 January 2013
“Rungs in a Ladder”, the latest short form documentary by production team McFarland and Pecci, premiered last week on Noisey.com and is a meditation on life, art, and purpose. The film centers on frontman of Converge, Jacob Bannon and follows Jacob’s reflections on the steps that have brought him to his present point, ultimately culminating in a sobering and uplifting statement of purpose and inspiration.
The film’s narration style is seamless, allowing the viewer a broader understanding of Jacob Bannon as a person. Director Ian McFarland states, “We want the viewer to feel like they are right there having a very personal conversation with Jacob”.