Red, White & Blue (film)

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Red White & Blue
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Simon Rumley
Produced by Bob Portal
Simon Rumley
Adam Goldworm
Tim League
Written by Simon Rumley
Starring Noah Taylor
Amanda Fuller
Marc Senter
Music by Richard Chester
Cinematography Milton Kam
Edited by Robert Hall
Fidelity Films
Distributed by IFC Midnight
Celluloid Nightmares
Release date
  • January 29, 2010 (2010-01-29) (Rotterdam)
  • October 8, 2010 (2010-10-08) (United States)
Running time
104 minutes[1]
Country United States
Language English

Red White & Blue is a 2010 revenge-thriller film written and directed by Simon Rumley.[2]

Plot summary[edit]

Erica (Amanda Fuller) spends her nights trawling the bars and beds of Austin, Texas. Emotionally withdrawn, her only form of human contact is a series of one-night stands, until she meets the mysterious Nate (Noah Taylor), who claims to have been honorably discharged from service in Iraq. Despite his air of danger, the two form a hesitant bond. But one of Erica’s casual sexual encounters, Franki (Marc Senter) — a young, hot-headed wannabe rock star — is about to return dramatically into her life.[3]


  • Noah Taylor as Nate
  • Amanda Fuller as Erica
  • Marc Senter as Franki
  • Nick Ashy Holden as Alvin
  • Patrick Crovo as Carl
  • Jon Michael Davis as Ed
  • Saxon Sharbino as Ed's Daughter
  • Mark Hanson as Druggie Rock Guy
  • Robert Sliger as Oncologist
  • Emily Cropper as HIV Clinician


Resident Evil: Apocalypse star Robert Hall worked on the film as Editor.[4] The film was shot in Austin, Texas in the Alamo Drafthouse – 1120 South Lamar Boulevard, Beauty Bar – 617 East 7th Street and The Highball – 1142 South Lamar Boulevard, New Guild Co-Op - 510 West 23rd St.[5] Noah Taylor, Amanda Fuller and Marc Senter played the leads in the Rumleyvision project.[6]


Red, White & Blue premiered on January 29, 2010 as part of the International Film Festival Rotterdam.[7] It was featured in several American film festivals: On March 16, 2010, it appeared in the South by Southwest;[8] On March 27, 2010 it appeared in the Boston Underground Film Festival; and on July 17, 2010 it appeared in the Danger After Dark Film Festival. The film will run on the Fantasia 2010.[9]


The film won the Best of Fest Narrative Award at the 2010 Boston Underground Film Festival.[10]


Pop artist and producer Richard Chester composed the official score.[11]


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