Jimmy and Judy
|Jimmy and Judy|
|Directed by||Randall Rubin
|Produced by||Randall Rubin
|Written by||Randall Rubin
|Music by||Benoit Grey|
|Edited by||Theodore Kent|
|Release date(s)||September 15, 2006|
|Running time||99 minutes|
A teenage outcast road movie, Jimmy and Judy follows a of a pair of outsiders who fall in love and out of control as they travel across an American landscape dotted with hypocrisy, materialism, drugs and violence.
The film focuses on the classic themes such as adolescent rebellion, love, and anger. Jimmy and Judy are a modern day Bonnie and Clyde: destructive young lovers who leave the comfort of their suburban community in rural Kentucky in search of a better life.
The film is presented in the form of a video diary from the point of view of the main characters.
|Edward Furlong||Jimmy Wright|
|William Sadler||Uncle Rodney|
|A. J. Buckley||Buddy|
The film was shot on hand-held video in the Cinéma vérité style.
Won Best Feature at the 2006 San Francisco Independent Film Festival.
Won the MySpace.com award for Best Feature at the 2006 Newport Beach Film Festival.
Was released theatrically September 15, 2006 by Outsider Pictures.
Edward Furlong and Rachael Bella met on the set of Jimmy and Judy and got married. They have a son, Ethan Page Furlong. However on July 8, 2009, Bella filed for divorce from Furlong.
Edward Furlong was arrested during filming for releasing lobsters from their tank at the Meijer in Florence, KY.
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