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Billy The Kid

Directed by: Jennifer Venditti | 2007 | 1h 24m | Rated PG-13

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A provocative, highly entertaining coming-of-age story, Jennifer Venditti’s debut film, BILLY THE KID (2007), is an acclaimed odyssey into the soul of an American teenager. Venditti follows Billy as he navigates small town Maine, grappling with isolation and first-time love, and traversing the frustrating gap between imagination and reality. Exhilarating and heartfelt, the film grants an intimate, empathetic view of an expressive and seemingly fearless outsider and provides an unvarnished and unique snapshot into what it’s like to grow up in America. Winner of the Best Documentary Award at the 2007 SXSW and Los Angeles Film Festivals.

“The first twenty minutes alone is worth the price of admission for the contribution to furthering the language of documentary.”
– INDIEWIRE

“Billy the Kid, a movie that’s as interesting as it is dewy-eyed, may be the rare snapshot of an adolescent ‘outcast’ who is really the guy made for fame, with a built-in radar for how to present himself in front of the camera.”
– ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY