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Bloomin Mud Shuffle


“Frank V. Ross is one of the most inventive, witty and honest low-budget filmmakers.” – Sarah Salovaara, Filmmaker Magazine “Like Groundhog Day for Millennial slackers.” – Don Simpson, Smells Like Film Spirit Wringing subtle wit and hard-won honesty from humdrum life has become something of a trademark in the work of Frank V. Ross, a perennially under-appreciated talent of American independent cinema. Bloomin Mud Shuffle, focuses on Lonnie—a lonely, often-drunk housepainter who’s yet to leave the Chicago town in which he grew up. Sixteen years on from high school and stuck in a never-ending rut, Lonnie falls under the spell of a college-aged coworker who’s hesitant to take him seriously. With pitch-perfect performances by James Ransone (The Wire and Tangerine), Natasha Lyonne (Orange is the New Black, American Pie and Slums of Beverly Hills), Alex Karpovsky (HBO's Girls) and a keen eye for the ordinary, Ross takes a slice of Midwestern life and crafts yet another wondrous film from it. Directed, written and edited by Frank V. Ross Produced by Jacqueline E. Ingram and Joe Swanberg Executive Produced by Alicia Van Couvering Cinematography by Mike Gibisser Music by John Medeski Starring: James Ransone, Alexia Rasmussen, Alex Karpovsky, Natasha Lyonne, Joe Swanberg and Kent Osborne Press "A little gem about romantic frustration." – John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter