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The Mudge Boy

Rating:R (for strong sexual content including graphic dialogue, a rape, and language)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:May 7, 2004
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:Emile Hirsch, Richard Jenkins, Thomas Guiry, Pablo Schreiber, Zachary Knighton
Director:Michael Burke
Producer:Alison Benson, Randy Ostrow, Kevin Burke
Writer:Michael Burke
Distributor:Strand Releasing

Description: When Duncan's mother passes away suddenly from a heart attack, he seeks refuge in his pet chicken and his mother's old clothes. His distant father doesn't understand the strange manifestations of his son's mourning. Nor do the locals, who mock and harass him with cries of "Chicken Boy." Slowly a bond begins to develop between Duncan and Perry--one of Duncan's tormentors who has troubles of his own. Duncan's world takes a destructive turn when the lines between friendship and love become blurred.

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