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The Hills Have Eyes  by Wes Craven.  (Delivers the gorey goods by the
way...)
Perhaps Wes Craven's "Last House on the Left"  and Tobe Hooper's Texas
Chainsaw Massacre films would qualify?
Definitely Shy People w. Jill Clayburgh and Barbara Hershey
                                                        Good Luck!

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> From: Sarah Ziebell Mann <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Request for Information
> Date: Thursday, February 04, 1999 1:08 PM
>
> Esther,
>
> I know there are others, but the two recent ones that come to my mind are
> "Gummo," directed by Harmony Korine, and "Bastard out of Carolina,"
> directed by Anjelica Huston.
>
> Good luck to your friend!  Her topic is very interesting.
>
> Sarah Ziebell Mann
>
>
> >A senior gender studies student, Jenna Skinner, is doing a comps.
> >project on "Cultural Representation of White Trash and Red-Neck Women in
> >Media."  Would anyone suggest any film titles in addition to the
> >following ones?
> >
> >The titles are:
> >River's Edge
> >Love and A 45
> >The Sadist
> >2000 Maniacs
> >Near Darks
> >Raising Arizona
> >Beverly Hillbillies
> >Urban Cowboy
> >Natural Born Killers
> >Lawn Dogs
> >Gone with the Wind
> >Deliverance
> >Bonnie and Clyde
> >Kalifornia
> >
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> >http://www.tcf.ua.edu/ScreenSite
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