MOTEL BLUE 19           (excerpt)


Shot in 16 mm with an original soundscore by Frederick Reed IV, it sets the stage for a feature film project. The screenplay was optioned by veteran independent producer Ben Barenholtz ("Barton Fink", "Miller's Crossing", "Georgia", and "Requiem for a Dream").

Some children count license plates on long car trips -- Luther counts dead bodies. On a desparate car trip north, Mother and son leave a trail of blood and candy that stretches to a decadent and mysterious seaside resort: MOTEL BLUE 19. A gothic fairy tale of carney madness, it is based on an original stage play by Edgar Oliver, which premiered at La MaMa Theatre in 1991.
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