EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Juno Temple and Jeremy Dozier Talk 'Dirty Girl'

Wednesday, 05 October 2011 09:21
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Opening in theaters on October 7th is the new coming of age comedy from first time director Abe Sylvia called Dirty Girl. The film features an excellent cast of young and veteran actors including Juno Temple (The Dark Knight Rises), Milla Jovovich (The Fifth Element), William H. Macy (Fargo), Mary Steenburgen (Back to the Future Part III), Dwight Yoakam (Sling Blade), Nicholas D'Agosto (Final Destination 5), Tim McGraw (The Blind Side), and newcomer Jeremy Dozier.

IAR's managing editor Jami Philbrick recently had a chance to sit down and talk with actors Juno Temple and Jeremy Dozier about their work in Dirty Girl. The actors spoke openly about the film, their characters and the friendship that they form, working with writer/director Abe Sylvia, the '80s, and the music of Melissa Manchester.

To watch our exclusive interview with Juno Temple and Jeremy Dozier about Dirty Girl, please click on the video player above.


Danielle (Temple) is a troubled and promiscuous Oklahoma high school student in the '1980s. She argues with her mother (Jovovich) who is about to marry a Mormon (Macy), and amidst the chaos she befriends Clarke (Dozier), a shy, gay classmate. Together they flee in Clarke's homophobic father's (Yoakam) car and embark on a road trip to Fresno, where Danielle expects to find her birth father (McGraw).

Dirty Girl begins corrupting audiences on October 7th.

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