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Interstate 60 (13-Apr-2002)

Director: Bob Gale

Writer: Bob Gale

Keywords: Drama, Comedy

A directionless artist heads out on a surreal road trip down a nonexistent highway.

ABSTRACT
Neal Oliver is a confused young man with a great deal on his plate, struggling to choose between his dreams of becoming a successful artist and his father's wishes for him to pursue a law degree. A mysterious woman stalks his dreams, diverting his attention away from his own girlfriend. On Neal's twenty-third birthday, a latter-day genie-like figure grants his wish to find direction in his life, sending him on a mind-bending road trip down the extradimensional "Interstate 60" to "Danver" in search of answers and his literal dream girl.

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