A young woman named Cola meets some interesting characters while hiding from her complicated life in a comic book store.
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Purgatory Comics is a comedy/drama shot on Long Island, New York during the Fall of 2007. It made its official debut as a selection of the Lancaster Area Film Festival in 2009. It went on to sweep the 2010 Long Island International Film Expo the next year.
Purgatory Comics runs at 90-minutes, and is a throwback to the independent films of the mid-90s. With its dialogue-driven raunchy comedy, the script has been described as a cross between Kevin Smith's "Clerks" and "American Pie."
Warning: This film contains content that may not be suitable for children under 17, including adult language, adult situations, and nudity.
Purgatory Comics was briefly available at FilmBaby.com as a DVD purchase or digital download. The DVD was featured under "Month's Best Sellers" when it became available in December 2009 and March 2011. In 2012 GoDigital Media acquired the rights to distribute Purgatory Comics. On September 18, 2012, the film will be available through various downloadable and video on demand services.