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Virgil Bliss (2001)

Cast: Clint Jordan, Clint Jordan, Kirsten Russell, more...
Director: Joe Maggio, Joe Maggio
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: First Run Features
Genre: Drama, Independent
Running Time: 94 min.
Languages: English
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Synopsis
In this stark independent drama, Virgil (Clint Jordan) is a small-time thief with a bad temper and poor social skills who winds up in prison for armed robbery. But Virgil wants to make something better of his life, and when he makes parole, he's determined to get (and keep) a decent job, hoping to someday find a good woman and start a family. While living in a halfway house, Virgil meets Ruby (Kirsten Russell), a drug addict who sometimes turns tricks to support her habit. While Rudy isn't quite the sort of woman Virgil was dreaming of, they share a genuine affection for each other, and Virgil moves in with Ruby after getting a job as a janitor. Like Virgil, Ruby wants to straighten out her life, hoping to someday regain custody of her son, but both Ruby and Virgil find that a lifetime of emotional abuse and years of bad judgement are not simple things to overcome. Shot on digital video, Virgil Bliss had its premier at the 2001 Slamdance Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

Special Features:

  • Director Commentary
  • Director Biography
  • Virgil Bliss Afterthought Courtesy of Sundance Channel
  • Production Notes





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