Accidental Texan : Exclusive Interview with Director Mark Bristol

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Synopsis : Fresh-faced recent Harvard student Erwin (Rudy Pankow) flames out of his first professional acting job when he forgets to turn off his phone and triggers an explosive nightmare on set. His career and cell phone in tatters, he flees the New Orleans set, only to have his car break down deep in the heart of Texas oil country. Seeking refuge and some possible phone service in a local diner, he meets Faye (Carrie-Anne Moss), a kind waitress who takes pity on him and offers up the local phone book to find a mechanic. Without enough funds to fix his car, Erwin accepts an offer from Merle, a local oil driller (Thomas Haden Church) only to find out he too is nearly bankrupt and cannot pay his bills. With both men in desperate straits, Merle realizes their only hope may be Erwin’s acting skills and a little help from Faye’s shotgun.

Rating: PG-13 (Brief Violence|Strong Language)

Genre: Comedy, Drama

Original Language: English

Director: Mark Bristol

Producer: Julie B. Denny, Melissa Kirkendall, Koen Wooten, Mark Bristol Writer: Julie B. Denny

Release Date (Theaters): Mar 8, 2024 Wide

Runtime: 1h 44m

Distributor: Roadside Attractions

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Here’s the trailer of the film. 

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