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Jimmy and Judy -- Two misunderstood suburban kids challenge society and run from the police while documenting all of their deeds with a digital camera.


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Edward Furlong ... Jimmy

Rachael Bella ... Judy

William Sadler ... Uncle Rodney

James Eckhouse ... Jimmy's Dad
Gay Storm ... Jimmy's Mom

Chaney Kley ... Dinko

A.J. Buckley ... Buddy

Jane Leigh Connelly ... Hazel

Nicole Randall Johnson ... Prostitute

Patrick Bristow ... Dr. Walters

Lindsay Beamish ... Connie
Denver Jade ... Billy Rensing
Crystal Wilson ... Megan Cleary
Rob Wilds ... Grocery Store Manager
Michael Friedman ... Police Officer
Darrell Francis ... Sheriff
Randy Little ... News Reporter

Randall Rubin ... Elvis Impersonator (as Randall K. Rubin)
Kathy Carlotta ... Herself
Tracey Gilkerson ... Uncle Rodney's Cowboy
Mitch Wilson ... Sam
Heather Hastings ... Sally / Singing Sister
Aaron Rohn ... Enforcer
Megan Hastings ... Singing Sister
Hope Hastings ... Singing Sister
Heidi Hastings ... Singing Sister
Emily Hastings ... Singing Sister
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Shana Rae ... Naked girl

Gregory Patrick Agnew ... Judy's Father (uncredited)
Bobbi Burton ... Mrs. Ambrose (uncredited)

Tammy Hopkins ... Judy's Mom (uncredited)
Colleen Mooney Wright ... Extra (uncredited)
Chas Pangburn ... Extra (uncredited)
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Directed by
Randall Rubin  (as Randall K. Rubin)
Jon Schroder 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Randall Rubin  (as Randall K. Rubin)
Jon Schroder 

Produced by
Marc Ambrose .... co-producer
Marc Ambrose .... line producer
Amy Angelastro .... co-producer
Andre James Champagne .... co-producer
Frank Gonzales .... co-producer
Randall Rubin .... producer (as Randall K. Rubin)
Ed Sanders .... producer
Gregory Scanlan .... producer
Jon Schroder .... producer
Robin Schroder .... associate producer
Original Music by
Benoit Grey 
Cinematography by
Ben Kufrin (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Theodore Kent 
Casting by
Marisa Ross 
Matthew Skrobalak 
Production Design by
Will Benson 
Set Decoration by
Tara Borejka 
Costume Design by
Stacy Stagnaro  (as Stacey Stagnaro)
Makeup Department
Melissa Blanchette .... hair stylist
Melissa Blanchette .... makeup artist
Melissa Blanchette .... special makeup effects artist
Aaron Rohn .... tattoo artist
Production Management
Alan Forbes .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Aaron Rohn .... second assistant director
T.K. Shom .... first assistant director
Art Department
Tara Borejka .... props
John Kaufman .... art department production assistant
Matty Koenig .... graphic designer
Sound Department
Robert Appere .... sound re-recording mixer: pre-mix
David Barbee .... sound effects editor: pre-mix
Ed Carr .... sound re-recording mixer: pre-mix
Gonzalo Espinoza .... adr mixer
Aaron Grice .... boom operator
David Kitchens .... sound supervisor
Phil Lee .... sound re-recording recordist: pre-mix
Chris McDonough .... foley artist
Chris McDonough .... sound mixer
Mickey McMullen .... sound mixer
Glenn T. Morgan .... sound supervisor: pre-mix
Margit Pfeiffer .... dialogue editor: pre-mix
Eric Reuveni .... adr mixer
Eric Reuveni .... sound re-recording mixer
Peter Staubli .... sound effects editor: pre-mix
Ben Zarai .... sound re-recording mixer
Jeff Merritt .... post-audio assistant (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Richard Fike .... special effects squib: Stunt Predator
Camera and Electrical Department
Eric Forand .... gaffer
Heidi Hastings .... camera production assistant
Dan Kanes .... key grip
Rob Muthamia .... first assistant camera (as Robert Muthamia)
Howard Newstate .... first assistant camera
Casting Department
Cindy Schroeder .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Robin Fields .... wardrobe (as Robin K. Fields)
Editorial Department
Theresa Bunke .... assistant editor (as Theresa E. Bunke)
Steven Kemper .... editing consultant
Music Department
Ted Forbes .... guitar coach
Roger Pott .... live music coordinator
Brian Ross .... music supervisor
Other crew
Jamie Azpetia .... festival publicist
Chad Ball .... gun wrangler
Edward DiLorenzo .... script consultant
Lindsay Drucker .... travel coordinator
Kathy Ferrara .... office production assistant (as Kathleen Ferrara)
Thomas Gaebel .... web designer: Images Everything
Ruth Garbutt-Lewis .... representative: Screen Actors Guild (as Ruth Garbutt Lewis)
Rebecca Harpring .... script supervisor
Darren Harris .... security
Heather Hastings .... set production assistant
Megan Hastings .... set production assistant
Megan Jones .... myspace designer (as Megan McGregor)
Jonellen R. McGee .... production coordinator (as Jonellen McGee)
Nikki Nime .... set production assistant
Brandon Perry .... set production assistant: Morocco
David Peters .... office production assistant
Rhonda .... cast payroll: PES
Matt Stachel .... key set production assistant
Jason Swartz .... helicopter pilot
John H. Brister .... consultant (uncredited)
Megan Jones .... special thanks (as Megan McGregor)

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Rated R for strong sexuality, nudity, violence, drug content and language
99 min
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Edward Furlong was arrested during filming on 1 September 2004.See more »
[first lines]
Dr. Walters:[coming into video focus] Jimmy, we discussed this, you can't tape our sessions, it's not allowed. Does your defiance make you feel more powerful? Filming people makes you feel like you're in control of the situation, doesn't it? Maybe?
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15 out of 25 people found the following review useful.
Review, 6 February 2006
Author: daledecker2000 from United States

Jimmy and Judy This clever, heartfelt piece of gonzo indie film-making is the movie Natural Born Killers should have been. It commences with a clever premise: everything we see is captured through the lens of Jimmy's videocamera. In the first reel, this conceit works a tad like Bogart's character just out of prison in Elmer Daves' Dark Passage, with the subjective camera point-of-view employed until after plastic surgery.

Jimmy (a great turn by former child star Edward Furlong, whose career seems to be headed in the right direction again) reveals himself only in the presence of Judy (Rachael Bella). Jimmy has poor impulse control. He woos Judy by exacting revenge on the kids who have bullied her at school, films his parents' gender-switching sex, and, in a very funny piece of Americana, freaks out in a fast-food car lane after pickles are improperly included with his double cheeseburger.

They hit the road for their obligatory crime spree. A bout of in-car flirting leads to a very twisted hit-and-run accident. J & J wind up in a rural commune where young folks of both genders become the playthings of a speed freak Hitler (prompting a scary monologue by William Sadler).

J & J would be truly sublime if the plot gave more attention to Bella's Judy. Furlong and Bella have that rare sexual/emotional chemistry that allows one to suspend judgment and enjoy the ride. Furlong is a smart, intuitive actor who seems willing to do almost anything to satisfy a role. The fast-food diet gives him a slightly bloated look, which is good for the character, bad for Eddie. Superbly helmed by writer/directors Jon Schroder and Randall K. Rubin, this one would make a deliciously twisted teen triple-feature with Larry Clark's Another Day in Paradise and Francois Ozon's Criminal Lovers. (Roxie, 2/4; Women's Bldg., 2/12)

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