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Rated NR · 86 min. · 2013

The citizens of the planet Hondo have sent their most decorated soldier, General Trius, to find a new home... and wipe out the current inhabitants in the process. But when General Trius lands on Earth, he's entranced by a strange and mystical human invention: music. He immediately abandons his mission, starts a family, and launches a one-alien bluegrass act in a tiny Brooklyn bar. Years later, a bumbling assassin named Kevin arrives to get the mission back on track. Although Kevin is no match for the great General Trius, the Hondonians have no intention of calling off their plan to eliminate mankind. The only solution is for General Trius and Kevin to join forces to save Hondo, prevent an intergalactic takeover of Earth, and hopefully get some bigger gigs for the universe's first Hondonian bluegrass duo: Future Folk!

Official Site: www.futurefolk.com/movie.html
Director: John Mitchell and Jeremy Kipp Walker
Writer: John Mitchell
Cast: Nils d'Aulaire, Jay Klaitz, Julie Ann Emery, April L. Hernandez, Dee Snider, Onata Aprile, Ivan Cardona, Steve Greenstein, Callie Harlan and Dylan Powers

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