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Determined to overcome their inauspicious circumstances, two star-crossed lovers, a young, recently-released and unpredictable ex-con with bad luck, and a sexy, listless girl-next-door with a troubled family the couple, make a desperate, last-ditch effort to escape their dead-end town-but soon find themselves ensnared in a cycle of crime.
92 min
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Los Angeles Times
Writer-director Hank Bedford's Mississippi-set romantic drama would have benefited from judicious tightening and a rethink of its uninspired, decidedly downbeat crime element.
December 10, 2015
The Playlist
Low on ideas and high on atmosphere, "Dixieland" is a promising debut, but it likely won't find you overwhelmingly writing back home about it.
May 02, 2015
Time Out
Striding right up to the unkempt front lawn of white-trashploitation (and occasionally trespassing), Hank Bedford's indie feature debut marshals a pungent Mississippi stink at the expense of a deeper dimension.
December 08, 2015
Village Voice
Bedford intercuts the narrative by interviewing actual residents of the town where he shot the film; all of their stories touch on death more movingly than the fictional script does.
December 09, 2015
An archetypal story made compelling by honest performances but undone by its docu-fiction style.... Bedford shirked the responsibility of building out authenticity within the film's narrative world.
January 28, 2016
New York Times
This is well-worn territory, and though the two leads are very good, the romance that is supposed to drive the story isn't particularly well delineated ...
December 10, 2015
Hollywood Reporter
Chris Zylka and Riley Keough ignite a convincing spark as lovers who dream of wider horizons. Even so, their fateful course unwinds less than persuasively, the vivid sense of place not enough to bring the one-last-heist setup fully to life.
December 09, 2015