"After 25 years in the film business, the projects I choose now must motivate me on a creative level that inspires and elevates my sense of art and spirit. It is my privilege to work on [director] Ken Kushner's 'Tapestry,' a film that will challenge and excite me," Baldwin, who is also a producer on the movie, said in a statement Wednesday.
"I look forward to working with Ken Kushner and Stephen Baldwin on this very promising project. It is with great joy that I take on the role of Stephen Baldwin's mother in this challenging drama," Louise said.
"I am thrilled that Stephen Baldwin, Burt Young and Tina Louise will be starring in our film," said Kushner. "All three are immensely gifted actors who elevate our material with incredible insight and vision. 'Tapestry' is a unique film which takes a refreshing approach to the universal subjects of spirituality, intelligent design, the universe, mankind and ancestral connectivity."
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