Twentynine Palms

A brash, challenging and sexually explicit film accused of being anti-American, homophobic and sexist! David and his French girlfriend, Katia travel into the Californian desert scouting locations for a shoot. The relationship is volatile at best but when a shocking and traumatic incident occurs on the road, they will be pushed to breaking point. A meandering, dystopic rumination on love, sex and violence, with a largely improvised script.

Year: 2004
Genre: Foreign Language Films, French Cinema, Road Movies, Sensual or Erotic Films
Country: France, USA
Director: Bruno Dumont
Starring: Yekaterina Golubeva, David Wissack
Duration: 114 Minutes
Rating: R18 - Contains violence, sexual violence and sex scenes
Location in store: Art House Cinema



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