Unable to cope with his infertility and the monotony of a dead-end job, Murray becomes withdrawn from his relationship and grows obsessed with a strange Western that comes on television late at night – which only he can see. This movie, which only appears in fragments and seems centered around an elusive stranger seeking revenge, captivates Murray immediately - something about its strangeness and elusive main character deeply resonates with him. Murray's romantic perceptions of the Western lifestyle seem to embody everything that is lacking from his life - and he feels that it's calling out to him. The more his home life frustrates and alienates him, the more this world of gun-slinging and vast landscapes seduces him.
by Edgar Muniz
Off into the sunset rides Murray Blanks...in his blue Hyundai.
The Yellow Ribbon