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Guatemalan Handshake, The (2d)

Director(s): Todd Rohal

Theatrical Release: 2007

Cast: Will Oldham, Katy Haywood, Ken Byrnes, Ivan Dimitrov, Cory McAbee, Rich Schreiber

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Pittsburgh

Countries: USA

Location in store: Independent > Comedy

(1 / 1)
Ant Rating
Running Time: 97m.

A demolition derby driver (Will Oldham) has vanished into the darkness following a massive power outage, setting into motion a bizarre series of events that will profoundly effect everyone from his pregnant girlfriend to a troupe of roving boy scouts and a ten year old girl named Turkeylegs. Later, as Turkeylegs sets out to track down her missing friend, cars kick-up dirt while driving in circles, a woman attends her own funeral, and an orange vehicle repeatedly changes owners. The one night, at a massive demolition derby, the lives of everyone involved are sent spiraling in different directions. (

Filmed by former Pittsburgh Filmmakers instructor Richie Sherman.


2-DVD Set Special Features:

! New high-definition digital transfer, supervised and approved by director Todd Rohal

! Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack

! Director's Commentary, with contributions from the cast and crew

! "Lost and Found" - Ola Podrida music video directed by Todd Rohal and starring Ivan Dimitrov

! 10 Moments From the Set of The Guatemalan Handshake: interviews, casting sessions, mini-documentaries, and more behind-the-scenes footage

! 5 Moments From the Road with The Guatemalan Handshake - hilarious and bizarre happenings from the film's theatrical premieres across the United States, Italy, and Germany

! 6 Short Films directed by the cast and crew of The Guatemalan Handshake

! Audio Interview with Todd Rohal, for Baltimore Public Radio

! Deleted Scenes