Mud

Mud
Mud

Year

2012

Duration

125 minutes

Genres

Coming of Age, Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Ellis and Neckbone are two fourteen-year-old boys whose innocent boat trip to an island on the Mississippi river turns into an adventure way beyond what they had in mind in this slow-burning, poignant drama. They discover they are not alone on the island: Mud, a fugitive from justice, is living out of a boat that is stuck in a tree. The boys find him fascinating and, ignoring all warnings, befriend him, even helping him evade capture. As the police manhunt intensifies, Ellis and Neckbone begin to realise what a violent and volatile character Mud is, but they have already placed themselves in great danger.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate violence and sex references

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