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We Must Remain the Wildhearted Outsiders (2014)

A young lesbian couple creates a mail-order business selling adult VHS tapes and Polaroids as a means to escape their oppressive Baptist town in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri.

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Chase Lisbon

Writer:

Chase Lisbon
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Cast

Cast overview:
Amanda Pemberton Amanda Pemberton ... Marie (as Apneatic)
Lauren W.K. Lauren W.K. ... Shepherd
Mosh Mosh ... Violet
Ryonen Ryonen ... Willow
Sara Anne Jones Sara Anne Jones ... Model (as Lady Days)
Dakota Dakota ... Model
Mexico Mexico ... Model
Holli Streetman Holli Streetman ... Model
Ivy Zehring Ivy Zehring ... Model
Rachel Jean Rachel Jean ... Model
Alysha Kay Alysha Kay ... Model
Amanda Rose Batz ... Model (as Nettie Harris)
Vaunt Vaunt ... Model
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A young lesbian couple creates a mail-order business selling adult VHS tapes and Polaroids as a means to escape their oppressive Baptist town in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri. Written by Savannah Thrasher

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 September 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Missouri, USA

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Monolake Media See more »
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Color
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Chase Lisbon named the movie after the Dexy's Midnight Runners song, "And Yes We Must Remain the Wildhearted Outsiders" See more »

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Haunting, and lovely, and quietly unsettling
13 September 2014 | by jlkosierSee all my reviews

Whatever you think this film is going to be, it isn't. It's a lot of different things, all at once. It's beautiful and vulnerable, but it's also vaguely menacing and melancholy. It's fragile, but seems eager to shatter itself against the viewer. Its intimately beautiful imagery is juxtaposed against a soundtrack that alternates between being foreboding, and openly hostile. And it works perfectly. The whole piece has a kind of haunted quality to it. As though you could pause at any point, and catch the shadow of a ghost sliding across the frame. I would say that any still frame could be printed and hung in an art gallery, but that statement would do a disservice to the meticulous editing, that seems to be as much a character in the film as the couple it depicts. The images jerk, and stutter, and fade, and break apart. That seems completely appropriate, given the story. It was a brilliant creative decision, in my opinion. It's a difficult film to watch, but in the best possible way. And when it's over, it leaves you feeling a little haunted, yourself.


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