Amargosa (2006)





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Soon after a psychic tells her she will give up her dancing career and move to a remote town that starts with the letter &NFi;A&NFi_;, Marta Becket is stranded in Death Valley Junction, Calif. But when she finds out the town used to be named Amargosa, she knows she's found her destiny. This documentary from director Todd Robinson follows Marta's lonely existence dancing in an abandoned theater with only the company of an audience hand-painted on the walls.
Documentary , Musical & Performing Arts , Special Interest
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[img][/img] [b]AMARGOSA[/b] [b]Directed by [/b]Todd Robinson [b]Featuring [/b]Marta Becket, Tom Willet, Ray Bradbury [b]Narrated by [/b]Mary McDonnell [b]Not Rated[/b] Powerful, soul-searing documentary about 76 year old Marta Becket, a dancer, actress, and artist who moved from New York to Death Valley Junction, population 10, in the middle of the Californian Desert, and opens up an old theater to showcase her art and as an avenue for her own creative expression. A unique and uplifting testament to art, dreams, and the human spirit, [i]Amargosa [/i]is a truly inspirational film about a truly exceptional woman.

Matthew Lucas
Matthew Lucas

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