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Marfa Girl (2015)

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Marfa exists at a particular cultural nexus with a constant clash between the art community (inspired to come to Marfa by the American sculptor, Donald Judd), the white community and the Mexican American community. On top of that theres a smothering Border Patrol presence despite the fact the Mexican border is 68 miles away. There is an 11pm curfew for teenagers and they still have corporal punishment in the schools. They paddle kids in school from kindergarten through high school. Navigating all of this and more is Adam, a half-white half-Hispanic teenager thats just trying to figure shit out. His mother, Mary, loves him but is mostly consumed with tending to her collection of birds. His neighbor, Donna, a 23 year old mother to a year old son and girlfriend to a jailed drug dealer, is determined to seduce Adam on his 16th birthday despite his loving relationship to his age-appropriate girlfriend, Inez. To further complicate things for Adam, a nameless promiscuous young woman, sweeps into town as an artist-in-residence at a local art foundation and sets out to give Adam a full sex education. Tom, a border patrol agent with a lot of emotional baggage, is fixated on Adams mother and Adams girlfriend and Adam too. He longs for the family that he doesnt have.


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27% - Rotten
33% - Spilled

Movie Details

Domestic Releases: March 27th, 2015 (Limited) by Breaking Glass Pictures
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 105 minutes
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Keywords: Texas, Coming of Age, Border Town, Delayed Release, Skateboarding, Immigration, Narcotics
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Evil Sherman Corp.
Production Countries: United States


Jeremy St. James    Border Patrol Officer
Drake Burnette    Marfa Girl
Mary Farley    Mother
Tina Rodriguez    Tina
Lindsay Jones    High School Teacher
Indigo Rael    Neighbor
Jessie Tejada    Jessie
Richard Covurrubias    Chachi

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Larry Clark
Producer    Adam Sherman
Editor    Affonso Goncalves
Composer    Bobby Johnston
Director of Photography    Dave Newbert
Line Producer    Win Craft
Art Director    Fernando Valdes
Sound Mixer    Rudy Zasloff
Stunt Coordinator    Thomas E. Bentley

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