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"the enjoyable 6 Dynamic Laws for Success (in Life, Love & Money) embraces an oddly chipper spirit as its sad-sack protagonist competes with savvier bad guys to find the loot from a long-ago bank robbery. Seemingly made on a shoestring but not suffering much for it, the pic deserves better than the nearly invisible theatrical release it is getting; whatever its box-office fate, it makes a fine calling card for Bayne."
by Morgan Boydston for KTVB Channel 7 in Boise, Idaho
"6 Dynamic Laws for Success (in Life, Love & Money)" was shot in 2016 and was nominated for several awards, winning a handful of them, at film festivals all over the hemisphere in the last year.
by George Prentice for The Boise Weekly
A snappy screwball comedy that keeps you guessing as much it keeps you entertained, 6 Dynamic Laws for Success (in Life, Love & Money) isn't just the best Idaho-based film in recent memory; it's one of the best original big-screen comedies of 2018 to date.
Interviewed by Gemma Gaudet, Boise State Pulic Radio
Boise filmmaker Greg Bayne produced and directed two documentary features, Jens Pulver | DRIVEN (2011), and Bloodsworth–An Innocent Man (2015) and was recognized as the 2012 Sundance New Frontier Storytelling Fellow and 2015 IFP Screen Forward Lab fellow.vHis 2017 noir film, 6 Dynamic Laws for Success (In Life, Love & Money) was shown last weekend at The Flicks in Boise and has been extended for an additional week.
by Steve Liebenthal for KIVI Channel 6, Boise, Idaho.
A local film maker's latest project is on the big screen at The Flicks in Boise. "6 Dynamic Laws for Success in Life, Love and Money" is playing for a second weekend.
Gregory Bayne sits down with Ken Bass and Debbie Courson Smith on The River morning show to discuss the continued release of "6 Dynamic Laws for Success."
By Tony Kay for City Arts Magazine
Great modern films-noir are rare, which makes Gregory Bayne’s well-acted and tight black-and-white take on the genre that much more of a home run.