Vernon, Florida (film)

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Vernon, Florida
Vernon, Florida.jpg
DVD release cover
Directed by Errol Morris
Produced by Errol Morris
Music by Claude Register
Cinematography Ned Burgess
Edited by Brad Fuller
Distributed by IFC Films
Release date(s)
Running time 55 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Vernon, Florida is a 1981 documentary film produced and directed by Errol Morris profiling various eccentric residents living within the town of Vernon, Florida. Originally titled Nub City, this follow-up to Gates of Heaven was initially focused on residents of the Southern town who cut off their own limbs as a way to collect insurance money. After Morris's life was threatened by the subjects of the film, he re-worked Nub City into Vernon, Florida.[1]

Various clips of the movie would later be included as intro/outro segments for The Heart, She Holler.[2]

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