Loves Her Gun

Synopsis: Loves Her Gun is a romantic tragedy about a young woman who flees violence in New York for the laid back environment in central Texas. Once she settles into Austin she falls into the local gun culture and some of her same worries come back to haunt her.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Geoff Marslett
Production: Devolver Digital
  1 win & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
99 min


Hey, no I just left. I know, I

was waiting for Johnny forever

and then he never showed up. So

basically I just left.

I know. I know. But

whatever it's fine.

Ok cool, I'll see

you soon. Bye.

I don't have to fight you

any more.

All right. Thank you guys.

Good night.

You guys put a smile on my face

today, so...

Oh well, good. That's what

we do.

- You guys are so good.

- Thank you.

I feel so bad that I didn't

get there earlier.

I got like one song.

- At least you made it.

- Yeah, you made it.

You were there. I saw you walk

in. It was totally fine.

I guess I should load up the


Need some help?

- These things... like I got this crazy idea...

- I don't know.

I got PVC pipe,

- and I put it together with old Halloween costume stuff.

- Wow!

- Yeah.

- Wow.

- It's really crafty.

- Yeah.

- You guys are touring or something right now?

- Uh huh. Yeah.

Yeah. We're heading back to

Austin now.

- We're gonna play a couple shows along the way, but...

- Wow.

I'm looking forward to getting

back. I miss it.

It's like, laid back.

It's fun,

- and good, and...

- Have you been?

- To Austin?

- No. Not really.

I mean, I've driven through Texas,

but I haven't spent any time

in Austin.

Oh, you should do...

Austin is amazing. Hey!

- I think we're gonna go soon.

- Okay.

Should we pack up our stuff

and whatnot?

- Hello. Nice to meet you.

- Hey. Hi, I'm...

- I'm Nicole. I met you...

- She's Nicole?

- This is the one I was telling you about.

- Yeah, yeah, yeah.

- Hi.

- How are you?

- Yeah, and this is my friend Allie.

- Allie, yeah.

Allie. I'm sorry

my hands are wet.

Mine too, a little bit.

- Nice to meet you.

- Nice to meet you too.

- You guys were so good. Thanks so much...

- She liked it.

- ...for keeping me entertained tonight.

- No, thank you for coming.

Thank you for coming.

I guess...

I guess we should go.

- I'll go get the stuff started.

- Yeah.

- Can I just come and talk to you...?

- Yeah, no.

I'd love to talk to you

for a minute. All right, I go.

- It was so good to meet you!

- Yeah. You too.

- Hug me. I'm so glad we met.

- Oh, I would love to.

- My door's always open. You know.

- Okay. Great.

- All right. I'll go do that. Don't take all night.

- Okay. No.

No. I'm gonna finish my beer.

So how's the tour going?

- You guys are in New York.

- Good, yeah. - You like New York?

- Yeah.

- Yeah? - Yeah, a lot. I love New York.

- It's pretty cool.

- Yeah.

- It finally stopped raining, huh?

- Yeah.

You're from New York?

Um, I'm not from here, but I've been

living here for the past six years.

- Okay.

- So...

- Yeah.

- Yeah.

Hey. I'm sorry.

- Sorry I'm late.

- There you are.

- What's up?

- Hi. How are you? - How you doin'?


Can I have some of that?

Thank you.

- Oh, um... Clark, right?

- Yeah.

Clark, this is Johnny.

Clark Griswold?

From the movie.

Uh... Chevy Chase.

Oh, he's just in the band

that was playing...

that you missed...

Well, it wasn't my fault.

If someone would've answered their phone,

then maybe they would have told me.

But it doesn't matter, because

I just saw Quentin James.

- You know Quentin James. You're in a band.

- Oh. Yeah.

You do know Quentin James?

- Yeah.

- Okay.

So then, he knows.

That's who I just saw.

And guess who we're seeing


- Dabne's Colon.

- Right.


You don't look excited.

It's just been a long day,

you know?

No, I know, but this is

the whole thing.

- No, I know. It's just...

- I'm making this up to you. We're gonna go.

- We're gonna have a good time.

- All right.


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