Marilyn

(2011)
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A bank robber on the lam reluctantly takes a runaway young woman under his wing. Distracted by this volatile girl, he struggles to keep his head in the game and stay under the legal radar, but her dreams of becoming a singer sidetrack his plans and change him irrevocably. Filmed in a gritty 1970s style. Marilyn is based on a story written in Leavenworth Prison by Paddy Mitchell of the infamous Stopwatch Gang.

  1. Christopher Petry

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ryan Robbins

    Ryan Robbins

    Michael Grant

  2. Allison Mack

    Allison Mack

    Marilyn

  3. Mike Dopud

    Mike Dopud

    Romantic Trucker

  4. Juan Riedinger

    Juan Riedinger

    Motel Clerk

  5. Simone Bailly

    Simone Bailly

    Waitress

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Marilyn

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Status Released

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  • June 30, 2011
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 46m

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