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Motion Picture Martyr (2014)

 -  Thriller  -  22 May 2014 (USA)
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Failed filmmaker Jimmy Taylor sets out on a dark odyssey in New York City to create a shocking experimental film about fame, art, and the suffering that goes with both. But how far is he willing to take it?

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Terence Krey ...
Jimmy Taylor
Gary Desbein ...
Tommy Snapps
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Jessica Sanders
Christina Jacquelyn Calph ...
Ashley
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Chris
Pamela Mitchell ...
Karen
James Venable ...
Ron
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Rob
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Andrew
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Susan
Izze Gibson ...
Amber
Anthony LoGatto ...
Timmy
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Keith
Sam Sarsour ...
Nate
David Mohr ...
The King
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Jimmy Taylor, a twenty-something failed filmmaker living in the shadow of the BQE, spends his days on the tech crew of a Manhattan theater, and his nights alone and muttering to himself on his small camera. After numerous rejections from society, Jimmy decides the only way he will make a dent in this world is by making a snuff film...the world's first. Written by Jacob Cohen

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In a world where fame is everything, Jimmy Taylor is willing to sacrifice everything for the sake of his art..

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22 May 2014 (USA)  »

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