Amelia is on the run in the family RV, with husband Jack's body in the back and hostage Darryl at the wheel. Romance blossoms as Jack decomposes.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Linda Hamilton ... Amelia Philips
Chris Payne Gilbert ... Darryl Tripp
Lena Georgas ... Helen Kaufman
Christopher McDonald ... Jack Phillips
Amy Lanasa Amy Lanasa ... Melodie Semple
Doyle Smith Doyle Smith ... Officer Gummy
Jessica Medoff Bunchman Jessica Medoff Bunchman ... Mother in Bookstore
Grace Marks Grace Marks ... Little Girl in Bookstore
Jack Malone Jack Malone ... Mayor Rivera
Eric Seo Eric Seo ... Helen Kaufman's Assistant
Marcelle Bowman Marcelle Bowman ... Camille Portillo
Rachel Harrison Rachel Harrison ... Birthday Party Mom
Mike Lutz ... Birthday Party Dad
Hudson Harrison Hudson Harrison ... Birthday Party Knight
Cooper Harrison Cooper Harrison ... Birthday Party Pirate


The shimmering New Mexico sun bleaches the earth and reflects off towering thunderheads. From inside an RV nestled among the desert brush just off a barely-paved road, the middle-of-nowhere silence is broken by one quick and alarming gunshot. Nothing moves. Moments later, out of the waves of a heat mirage emerges a leather clad Darryl Tripp, high school English teacher, astride a screaming motorcycle. His mission is to toss his just completed first novel to the four winds, an act of self-loathing and despair. As he stops and pulls the novel out of his satchel, his motorcycle sputters and dies, out of fuel. He stands high on his cycle and spies the lone RV, a hope of help. He rolls his motorcycle to the RV, knocks, gets no answer. He opens the unlocked door, steps inside, taking shelter. As he finishes a phone call with his fiancée, deputy district attorney Helen Kaufman, promising to be on time for their engagement party that evening, Amelia Philips, hospice nurse and RV owner, ... Written by Ginger T. Perkins

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One RV. One Dead Husband. No Destination.


Comedy | Crime | Drama



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It is nearly impossible to explain the "plot" of this this story, because it makes absolutely NO sense.
12 May 2013 | by odie813See all my reviews

I hope that Linda Hamilton saved a LOT of her divorce settlement, because this is without question the worst -- not ONE of the worst -- but THE worst film I have ever seen. She never could act, but she looked hot. Now she looks like road kill and her "acting" has gotten even worse! Reading in her biography that she was bi-polar helps a little to forgive her train wreck performance, but not much. The coke addiction she supposedly suffered from at one point in her life helps explain the lines in her once beautiful face. But, not much. She actually thought she was making a "black comedy" according to her interviews. Now, THAT'S FUNNY! It was simply sad that she took the opportunity and all the money she got along the way and this is what she ended up doing. How this production company ever got this film shot and more surprisingly released amazes me. It is not even amateurish. It just stinks.

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