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Capital
  
Des Moines

Area
  
145,743 kmĀ²

Duration
  

Language
  
English

Director
  
Matt Farnsworth

Abbreviation
  
IA

Colleges and Universities
  
University of Iowa

Country
  
United States

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Release date
  
April 22, 2005 (2005-04-22) (Tribeca Film Festival)

Neighbouring states
  
Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota

Destinations
  
Mason City, Cedar Falls, Des Moines, Fort Dodge, Clear Lake

Points of interest
  
National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium, Field of Dreams, Amana Colonies, Iowa State Fair, Adventureland

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IOWA is a 2005 American independent neo-noir film directed by, written by, and starring Matt Farnsworth. The film follows two young Iowan lovers who decide to cook their own methamphetamine. The film was met with highly negative reviews.

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Plot

After his father dies, Esper Harte learns that he may collect on his father's insurance. However, his mother and a crooked cop want to get rid of him so that they can take the money. Desperate to escape their problems, Esper and his girlfriend, Donna Huffman, decide to cook their own methamphetamine.

Cast

  • Matt Farnsworth as Esper Harte
  • Diane Foster as Donna Huffman
  • Michael T. Weiss as Larry Clarkson
  • Rosanna Arquette as Effie Harte
  • John Savage as Irv Huffman
  • Release

    IOWA premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 22, 2005.

    Reception

    The film received negative reviews. Rotten Tomatoes reports 15% of surveyed critics liked it, with a 3.9/10 rating average out of 13 reviews. Metacritic gave it a score of 35/100, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews".

    Slant Magazine called the film "stupendously slipshod" and "meandering, amateurish sleaze", while The New York Times criticized the lack of subtlety. In a more positive review, The Village Voice praised the film's energy and acting. Monsters and Critics said "This story and the characters in it are as real as the day is long and faithful to all that is good and bad about growing up with ever shrinking horizons."

    References

    IOWA Wikipedia


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