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I was lucky enough to be involved in this lovely indie movie
from the beginning.
Valley Inn
is a love letter to
small town America.  

Valley Inn is set in the tiny town of Hindsville, Arkansas (pop.70)

and centered around the real-life local restaurant - Valley Inn.

The movie follows the misadventures of Emily,

a New Jersey college student, who finds herself in this dusty,

dying town, miles from home, selling Christian books door-to-door

in the oppressive Arkansas heat. 

Through her struggles and her growing friendships with the locals,

Emily learns a few lessons about life and herself.

Valley Inn is a glimpse  into a quickly vanishing way of life.

I co-wrote, co-produced, have a small role, and even helped with the costumes (really!) in this fish-out-of-water comedy inspired by true events.

"Nicely photographed. Really well directed. Joey Lauren Adams is better than ever."

-- Wade Major and Mark Keizer, DigiGods Podcast