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Mint Julep (2010)

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A lonely, sticky fingered waitress is looking to leave town while her complacent insurance salesman husband gets taken for a ride by a Southern viper.


Kathy Fehl, Ian Teal


Kathy Fehl, Ian Teal





Credited cast:
Angelica Page ... Deirdre (as Angelica Torn)
David Morse ... Karl
James Gandolfini ... Mr. G
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Susan Aston ... Veronica
Kathy Fehl Kathy Fehl ... Muriel
Johnny Mez Johnny Mez ... Gantner
Ian Teal Ian Teal ... Leighton


A lonely, sticky fingered waitress is looking to leave town while her complacent insurance salesman husband gets taken for a ride by a Southern viper. Romance, murder, golf and freight trains are the themes of a strange trip through the South in this darkly comedic feature film. Starring Angelica Page, David Morse, Johnny Mez and a special appearance by James Gandolfini. Running length: 1 Hour 39 Minutes 'While it has the film-noir elements of murder, infidelity and fraud, "Mint Julep" also has an engaging surreal quality that reflects the influence of directors such as Fellini, Bunuel and Antonioni.' - Rick Warner - Bloomberg News This film is not yet rated - Contains some brief nudity and mature language.

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In a small town no one can hear you scream.


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The film was started over ten years ago in 1994. The film makers set it aside before raising the money to finish the film in 2010. See more »

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This film embodies slow southern style and the struggle to be recognized.
9 September 2010 | by hollym200See all my reviews

Trains and golf crisscross this southern fried story of dysfunctional couples. The question is if you run to Oz will the wizard make you whole? Deirdre (Angelica Torn) shows us the ugly side of vulnerability as she looks for independence and her own sense of self. David Morse gives a tender performance as Karl the grounds keeper. Karl renders justice in his own way from his omnipresent position. Leighton (Ian Teal) plays the bumbling Lurch-like and misunderstood husband to Deirdre in comic relief, providing some of the films lighter moments. A cameo performance by James Gandolfini juxtaposes New York crassness to Southern sensibilities. While the trains in this film are used to depict time, travel and distance; the golf course is akin to the land of Oz. Oz has it's wizard (Karl) and it's wicked witch Veronica (Susan Aston). Miss Aston is delectable as the sexy, older and very very wicked witch. Director Ian Teal captures the feel and pace of life in the south. Writer Kathy Fehl has filled it with all the characters that populate that region of the country. This movie is a great afternoon vacation to the south.

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22 May 2010 (USA) See more »

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New York City, New York, USA See more »

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