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Frontier

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Documentary
Release Date:January 1, 2001
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:David Zellner, Nathan Zellner, Wiley Wiggins, Stephanie Wilson
Director:David Zellner
Writer:David Zellner

Description: Do you speak Bulbovian? If not, you'll be grateful the producers of this quirky film have included English subtitles. Directed by David Zellner, Frontier is based on Froktog, a novel by Mulnar Typsthat, and features dialogue spoken completely in the fictional Bulbovian tongue. The film follows a pair of soldiers who travel across untamed land in the wake of a political revolution in the country of Bulbovia. Together, the men struggle to civilize the land and create a new home for themselves. Starring Zellner and Dazed and Confused's Wiley Wiggins, Frontier premiered at the 2001 South by Southwest Film Festival.~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide

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