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Apocalypse and the Beauty Queen (2005)

Not Rated | | Fantasy
When unforeseen circumstances leave the country in ruins, a bitter ex-fashion model rises to power, only to find the two things she can't possess; beauty and love.

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Taylor Asberry ... Girl Age 9 / Piano Girl
... Queen Amber
Courtney Kocak ... Sylvie (as Courtney Kauffman Kocak)
Thomas Alan Beckett ... Scotty (as Thomas Allen Beckett)
... Matthew
Libby Bibb ... Ransom
Shannon Blount ... Cut Throat Girl / Becca
... Manservant
... Merrick
... Reggie
J.J. Huckin ... Principal
Mack 10 ... D.K.
... Frosty
Kenneth Leep-Sills ... Goat Boy
Ricki Marking-Camuto ... Meme
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Apocalypse and the Beauty Queen is a hip, sexy, thriller with a strong protagonist, a horrifying tyrant, and a series of disturbing twist that build into a shocker of an ending. Amber, the main character is a mixture of beauty queen and revolutionary. After being told she was ugly through childhood, her self loathing became confused once she conquered the competitive world of fashion modeling. Being rejected by the same fashion industry that loved her just a few years earlier (she was in her late 20's), she returns to her small rural hometown. Suddenly the world ends, and Amber finds she has the charisma and strength to help rebuild her corner of the world in her own way. Written by Thomas Smugala

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Civilization is only skin deep

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Fantasy

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Not Rated
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$425,000 (estimated)
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The movie was shot in Farmington and Doe Run, MO. See more »

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Beautifully shot, well-acted
26 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

This gorgeously-shot little movie gives audiences a welcome break from the current trend of gory torture films. Hyndes and Hansen give excellent, multi-layered performances and the script is surprisingly adult and deliberately-paced. No easy answers given. Production Design is also outstanding, giving audiences just enough to establish a post-apocalyptic civilization that we've never seen before. Well done on all counts. Smugala's direction is particularly deft in handling the multiple flashbacks and points of view, as well as juggling each character's motives and motivations. Check this out if you're in the mood for a little more depth. Not for the casual viewer. This is a movie that has to be paid attention to in order to be appreciated.


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