|release date||January 17 2012|
|starring||Lindsay Pulsipher, Robert Longstreet, Tipper Newton, Barlow Jacobs, Matt Olsen|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisAfter surviving a brutal car accident, a simple farm woman limps down the road into the nightmarish unknown.
There is a place. A place where the skies are wide and the forests are thick--and strange. You can lose yourself forever in these woods. You'll meet truckers with problems and old women with strange powers. You may even make a furry friend. Just be sure to stay quiet. Spend some time with a woman from Oregon who is lost on the road and running away from her past. Now she has a chance to experience everything the grotesque Northwest has to offer, whether she likes it or not.
It’s rare to see a movie as intentionally abrasive as The Oregonian. The soundtrack hammers at your senses with migraine-inducing screeches, tinny music, and the overloud garble of a half-tuned radio. (At the Sundance Film Festival screening I attended, several members of the audience were forced to repeatedly plug their ears.) With no narrative to speak of, the movie is virtually impossible to connect with. It’s like an Alzheimer’s sufferer took over story hour. A woman (Lindsay Pulsipher) wakes up after a car crash, wanders the back roads of Oregon for 81 minutes, and encounters a bunch of random shit. The End. The screenplay must have been all of one paragraph long. …Read More