• Mon. Jul 15th, 2024

“Gerry” is a 2002 American experimental drama film directed by . The film follows two friends, both named Gerry (played by and ), who go on a hiking trip in a remote desert area. As they explore the wilderness, they become lost and their friendship is tested as they struggle to find their way back to civilization.


“Gerry” received mixed reviews from critics upon its release. Some praised the film's cinematography and unconventional storytelling, while others criticized it for being slow-paced and pretentious. The film's minimalist approach, with long takes and little dialogue, is not for everyone, but those who appreciate it may find it to be a thought-provoking and meditative exploration of friendship and survival.


“Gerry” was not a commercial or critical success upon its release, and did not receive any major awards or nominations.


“Gerry” is not a widely-known or popular film, but it has gained a cult following among fans of 's work and those who appreciate experimental cinema. Its unique approach to storytelling and exploration of the human psyche in the face of adversity have made it a film that has resonated with some audiences.

Directed by
Written by
Produced by Dany Wolf
Starring , ,
Cinematography Harris Savides
Edited by
Music by Arvo Pärt
Distributed by THINKFilm
Release date January 12, 2002 (Sundance) February 14, 2003 (United States)
Running time 103 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $3.5 million
Box office $254,683


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