All Films • Drama, Reality, 10-Aug-2010
Cole goes on a trip to work on a novel. Then he comes back. Eschewing the comic underpinnings of his previous work, Kentucker Audley's "Holy Land" veers into experimental territory pointing at a new darkness and subtle nihilism while following the exploits of an antagonistic young Memphis musician turned novelist. The film is notable for its complete absence of plot, a dedication to stasis, and a subversive structure. Directed by Kentucker Audley. Starring Cole Weintraub.
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One of the first films deemed mumblecore, this 2007 film was the debut of director/actor Kentucker Audley. Made in Memphis, Tennessee, the film is notable for its front yards and baby pools and casual demeanor. The film was made for $1,500 and it wears its lo-fi proudly on its sleeve.