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Far Marfa (2013)

Unrated | | Comedy, Drama | 25 February 2013 (USA)
Carter Frazier looks to salvage his foundering life by finding a famous lost work of art that's gone missing in far away Marfa, Texas.

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... Carter Frazier
... Quarry
... Becka
... David
Harry Hudson ... Douglas Stromare
Adam Bork ... Irving
David Beebe ... Camacho
Steve Holzer ... Steve Vincent
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Jon Coleman ... Martin
J.D. DiFabbio ... Riley
David Garcia ... Gonzales
J.D. Garcia ... Ro
Jennie Lyn Hamilton ... Hillary
Susannah Lipsey ... Clair
Ty Mitchell ... Cal
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A struggling music producer hiding out in a little far away town hopes to salvage his foundering life by finding a long-lost and legendary work or art that goes missing soon after it's given to him. With the help of a new love interest he criss-crosses the small arts community to find the mysterious painting and thus redeem himself and his faith in the cosmos. Written by Anonymous

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Let down
11 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

I am from Texas and have visited Marfa many times so when I saw this title I had high hopes. Unfortunately this movie fails on so many levels. The acting seemed straight from a high school play, it was contrived and downright laughable in many parts. Sneed is the only actor that seems to have any type of theatrical training, the actresses (Janis and Mintz) were absolutely horrible and made the movie even more difficult to watch.

Overall this was a decent idea but the follow through behind the idea was severely lacking. Maybe with a more professional crew the movie could have been better but as it is I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone, not even the usual art-house hipsters that may find this type of movie entertaining.

Id give a 1/10 but there were some redeeming aspects to the movie, mainly that it did eventually end!

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and to reply to the other reviewer: Being from Alpine, which is right next door to Marfa, I really wanted this movie to be good. Sadly this movie was anything but good, to describe it as art house drivel would be insulting to drivel.

and trust me folks, this movie is not near a 8.3/10 or whatever rating it has. you are telling me this movie is on par with Full Metal Jacket or Blade Runner (both have the same rating) hah! everyone that voted a 10/10 is obviously related to the cast or crew.


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