Long Dumb Road

Mantzoukas brilliantly juggles all the different forces of Richard's personality so that we never quite know what to make of this guy.


The Long Dumb Road

Nat (Tony Revolori), a 19-year-old aspiring photographer, leaves his parents’ Austin, Texas nest, bids goodbye to his recent ex-girlfriend, and heads out on to the open highway heading towards Los Angeles. When his car breaks down, he meets, Richard (Jason Manzoukas), a drifter with mechanic skills who offers to fix his old minivan in exchange for a ride to a nearby bus station. Thus begins the road trip of a lifetime – a bar fight in Marfa, Texas with cowboys; a visit to Richard’s now-grown teenage love and her bratty daughter that doesn’t go well; a drunken night with two sisters: Rebecca (Taissa Farmiga) and Nina (Grace Gummer); and of course, as with any road trip, Nat and Richard get even with the guy who leaves them stranded with no car, money, or cell phone in the woods – all before Nat must start classes and move into his dorm.
Sheila O'Malley, RogerEbert.com

Nathan (Tony Revolori) is a sheltered kid setting out for art school in California. His plan is to drive there from his home in Texas, across the American Southwest, taking pictures along the way of strip malls and boarded-up storefronts. He wants to capture the "real America." He's a naive kid. A ...

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