Shot on a shoe-string budget in only 9 days. See more »
In opening sequence in car, Husband takes off Cowboy's shirt. The shirt remains off during Cowboy's monologue, but when he puts his hat back on as they get ready to drive off, it's back on again. See more »
So, um, is it true what they say about things being bigger in Texas?
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What a wonderful little indie! I bought this film not knowing what to expect. The cover with the husband and wife looming ominously in the background as the cute cowboy looks down is what attracted me to it. So, after MULTIPLE viewings, I have to say (to quote another comment on here) that "this film rocks!" It is such a twisted little study in the human psyche and what makes the characters compelling is that they are NOT one-dimensional and do not do what you would normally expect. They're not perfect just like in life. The storyline kept me glued to the edge of my seat as I realized in the second time I watched it that the script gives away little clues from the beginning that would help you solve the mystery that looms over this tragic trio. The acting was very competent and the two guys were very handsome in very different ways; the husband was the older, button-up, business type while the cowboy was cute in a very elf-like kind of way. The wife also gave an outstanding performance as a pill-popping, sex-craved, nut who couldn't put two and two together if her life depended on it. All in all, a great effort and a worthy addition to any film collection.
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