Two road-crew workers (Paul Rudd, Emile Hirsch) spend the summer of 1988 isolated and away from their city lives, eventually finding themselves at odds with each other and their women back home.
Austin filmmaker David Gordon Green defies expectations and labels. He started his career making quiet, naturalistic indie character studies (“George Washington”) and later moved on to direct broad, big-budget comedies (“Your Highness”). With “Prince Avalanche,” a remake of little-seen Icelandic film “Either Way,” Green returns to smaller-scale storytelling, working with a skeleton crew, only a few actors and in quick order on location in nearby Bastrop.
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