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Grand Theft Parsons (2003)

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Release Date
 USA: Jun 18, 2004
 UK: 6 Nov 2003
DVD Release Date
 R1: Oct 26, 2004
 R2: 20 Sep 2004

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MPAA Rating
Rated PG-13 for drug references and some language.

Running Time
1 hour, 28 minutes

Country USA, UK

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• Grand Theft Parsons



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Genre: Drama, Comedy, Black Comedy, On The Road

Tagline: It's better to burn out than to fade away.

Plot: The world of rock & roll is littered with casualties who have only found fame posthumously. One of the most famous cases is that of Gram Parsons. Erstwhile member of The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers, Parsons also eked out an impressive--in terms of music, as opposed to sales--solo career for himself. A great friend and drinking buddy of Keith Richards, Gram's heartfelt songs may have fallen on deaf ears during his short lifetime, but his lasting influence helped spawn the country-rock genre. His drug-related death at the Joshua Tree Inn in California on September 19th, 1973, forms the basis for this tale. Only 26 years old at the time, Gram had made a pact with his road manager Phil Kaufman (played here by JACKASS star Johnny Knoxville) to burn his corpse in the desert if he succumbed to the early death that so many of his talented predecessors had succumbed to.

The absorbing tale of Kaufman's unusual race to complete his deed form the basis for GRAND THEFT PARSONS, with director David Caffrey using many of the original locations in which the act took place. A touching story of friendship, loyalty and trust, this is one of the most unique rock & roll tales ever committed to film.

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 Directed by
David Caffrey
Divorcing Jack, On the Nose, Life Begins
 Written by
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Johnny Knoxville
Men in Black II, The Dukes of Hazzard, Jackass: The Movie
Christina Applegate
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, The Sweetest Thing, The Big Hit
Michael Shannon
Pearl Harbor, Vanilla Sky, 8 Mile
Robert Forster
Mulholland Dr., Jackie Brown, Me, Myself & Irene
Marley Shelton
Never Been Kissed, Valentine, The Sandlot
Gabriel Macht
The Recruit, Behind Enemy Lines, Bad Company
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 Music By
Richard G. Mitchell
A Good Woman, To Kill a King, Basil



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