Saturday, November 3, 2007

Peggy Ahwesh and Bobby Abate's CERTAIN WOMEN

Punk renegade filmmakers Peggy Ahwesh and Bobby Abate joined forces to adapt Erskine Caldwell's 1957 forgotten pulp fiction baddie Certain Women - A story of four young women stuck in a working class go-nowhere town fueled by wicked ignorance, shameful secrets, nasty rumors.

A dirty little home movie peek-a-boo mystery.

Episode 1: Murder!
Young Clementine is awakened in the middle of the night by a gunshot and her life is forever changed.

Episode 2: Rejected!
Former tomboy Louellen is growing up and realizing that boys don't want to give her a date.

Episode 3: Abusive Nasty Papa!
Daydreamer Hilda is confronted by her abusive father to find a job, no matter what the cost.

Episode 4: Mommy is dead!
Nannette, who grew up in extreme poverty with her mother, is forced to live on her own.

Episode 5: Miss Bessie's Whore House!
Clementine finds herself working in the local whore house run by sadistic Miss Bessie. Meanwhile the other 3 women try to figure out what to do next.

On Peggy Awhesh.
On Bobby Abate.
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1 comment:

perpetual brat said...

Hi! I've been looking for a copy of this film for quite some time. Is there anyway I can get a hold of it if you have a copy. Maybe through a torrent or a download link? Please! Please!