Film about the adaptation of an autobiographical novel by the writer James Gagan, set against the background of his involuntary stay in a ruin in the desert of Texas for twenty years.
Myrna Greenbaum and Dan McMan have been cast as a romantic couple in a B-western. Dan decides to teach Myrna a lesson in love to boost their performance. But according to the script he is a loser. Film about the adaptation of an autobiographical novel by the writer James Gagan. His involuntary stay for twenty years in a ruin in the desert of Texas is the background of the film story. All characters are played by people from a little town in Texas where the film was shot. Based on a short story by Tim Krabbé.

Title: Red Desert Penitentiary
Year: 1985
Duration : 1 hour, 44 minutes
Category: Feature film
Edition: NFF 2012

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