TrustMovies and his oft-spoken-of companion sat through a movie from that never-miss distributor, Film Movement, that actually, uh... missed. Even so, the 80-minute, mindless mind-bender called PRAIRIE LOVE is so damned bizarre that, for movie-lovers who demand something different above all else, TM feels he almost has to recommend that you try it. How did this extremely odd movie come into being? After a viewing, it seemed to me that the filmmaker/director/co-writer Dusty Bias (shown below) and his co-writers, Ashley Martin and Holly Lynn Ellis (the latter also stars in the film), decided to reach for the single most bizarre group of characters they could create -- and then made sure they neglected to answer the most-likely-to-be-asked questions about each. I can imagine the little group chortling, "That'll keep 'em off-balance!"
It does indeed.
Jeremy Clark, above, right, (until well over mid-way through I didn't realize that this was actually his "status"); the girl, played by Ms Ellis, above, left (something like a 20-year prison sentence is her excuse for weirdness, but that takes us, and her, only so far); and a fellow named NoDak (newcomer Garth Blomberg, below, in his tightie-white-ies) who has, unfortunately, the least character of all and so raises the most red flags.