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Black Tar Road ()


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On a Black Tar Road between nowhere and somewhere, two misunderstood women find love in between the cracks of hardships. And misfortune

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Cast

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Lady C
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Jimmy
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Diner Owner
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Spider
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Window Pain #47
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Heather
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Earl
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Lenny
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Charlie
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Beenie
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Genie with bottle (as Lourdes Colon)
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Tracey (as Jodi Skeris)
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Sasha
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Cookie Raus
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Jake
Mark Rappaport ...
Ross the Rooster
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Father John
William Pappas ...
Erik Phantom
Erin Affourtit ...
Luanne
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Jed (as D Kevin Kelly)
Malcolm Williams ...
Main Henchman
Amy Ball ...
Small Town Girl
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Bartender
Brian Blumer ...
Lot guy
Emma Zapata ...
Pretty Baby
Abraham Raphael ...
Sam the sham
Jennifer Brenon ...
Brenda Leopard
Beth Elaine ...
Vanessa
Ron Alan ...
Cowboy Wes
Paul Versten ...
Ken Worth
Amy Ball ...
Small Town Girl
Anita Melerski ...
Anne Golde
Allie Ruhlman ...
Mary
Tia Naayem ...
Lisa Leather
Kari Koerper ...
Karla Davidson
Stephanie A. ...
Skeeter

Directed by

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Amber Dawn Lee
Rob Brownstein ... (collaborating director)
Jeff Chassler ... (collaborating director)
Robert P. Franco ... (collaborating director)
Jay Holben ... (supervising director)
Gary Kohn ... (second director)

Written by

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Amber Dawn Lee ... (story by)
 
Amber Dawn Lee ... ()

Produced by

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Brian Blumer ... executive producer
Amber Dawn Lee ... executive producer / producer
Victoria Reynolds ... associate producer
Greg P. Russell ... producer

Music by

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Angela Bruyerre
Jennifer Carpenter
Score Revolution
Tony West

Cinematography by

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Shaun Dallas ... director of photography
Ryan Garner
Jay Holben
Gary Otte
Rick Turner ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Robert P. Franco ... (edited by)

Editorial Department

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Robert Crosby ... colorist

Casting By

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Amber Dawn Lee

Production Design by

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Amber Dawn Lee
Stephanie Ottinger

Art Direction by

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Amber Dawn Lee
Stephanie Ottinger

Set Decoration by

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Amber Dawn Lee

Costume Design by

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Amber Dawn Lee

Makeup Department

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Felipe V Castillo ... key makeup artist
Natalee Castillo ... key hair stylist
Amber Dawn Lee ... makeup artist / makeup supervisor / special makeup effects artist
Mac ... makeup designer

Production Management

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Elaine Marie Gibson ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Charlie Dunn ... second unit director (as Charles Dunn)
Elaine Marie Gibson ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Amber Dawn Lee ... set designer

Sound Department

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Tom Marks ... re-recording mixer
Julia Owen ... supervising sound editor
Greg P. Russell ... re-recording mixer

Special Effects by

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Robert P. Franco ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Robert Crosby ... first assistant camera
Amber Dawn Lee ... additional photography
Diego Madrigal ... best boy electric
Carlo Rodriguez ... camera operator
Lee Underwood ... still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Amber Dawn Lee ... costumer / wardrobe supervisor
Allie Ruhlman ... stylist

Location Management

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Sye Williams ... location manager

Music Department

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Angela Bruyerre ... musician
Score Revolution ... composer: additional music
Callie Thurman ... music supervisor
Tony West ... musician

Other crew

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Amy Arter ... script supervisor
Brian Blumer ... production assistant
Robert P. Franco ... production staff (as Bob Franco)
Ben O'Hara ... production assistant
Rich Reeves ... production assistant
Carlo Rodriguez ... publicist

Thanks

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Brian Blumer ... thanks
Greg Brooker ... grateful acknowledgment
Robert Bruyerre ... very special thanks
Cassidy Craig ... acknowledgment
Chris Kiker ... special thanks
Thomas Robison Lee ... in memory of
Tommy Robison ... in memory of
Terry Rossio ... grateful thanks
Israel Taragano ... special thanks
Raul Varela ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

BLACK TAR ROAD is a gritty, dark, love story between two women, Heather and Charlie, who meet at a desolate truck stop. Charlie McElroy (Amber Lee) is a drug mule, who mules drugs for an operation that is run out of an interstate truck stop. After Charlie hangs around town where she meets Heather Plath, (Noelle Messier) a hardened truck stop prostitute who's spent her life in the rural landscape. Few films are more despairing and yet, curiously, so hopeful as this one, which argues that even at the very end of the road, at the final extremity, we can find some solace in the offer and acceptance of love. These women fall in love with each other. Written by Abovo Productions

Plot Keywords
Taglines In the middle of nowhere and somewhere, addiction, secrets, and love happen See more »
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Also Known As
  • Lot Lizard (United States)
Runtime
  • 85 min
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Budget $1,000,000 (estimated)

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