Director: Rupert A. Nadeau
Screenwriters: Rupert A. Nadeau

Institute History

  • 1989 Sundance Film Festival


A vacuum salesman kills his wife and her lover and; with them in tow, makes “tracks” across the country, keeping up a running monologue with his silent companions as he travels. A smart, kooky and well-produced film, reminiscent in tone to Tom Goes to the Bar.

Screening Details

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