Mickey Reese is creating a scene in Oklahoma. His many films are communal exhibitions made with friends, crafted out of love for the great American filmmakers who came before him. Reese’s recent genre works have caught attention at festivals and now his Altman-esque Country Gold is seeking an audience. We had a great chat with the director, exploring the themes of his new film and its relationship with American movies about country music and the established canon of movies about the place of idols in pop culture.
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