Marfa Girl follows Adam, a directionless teen boy in the days surrounding his sixteenth birthday. The film details his relationships and interactions with the other inhabitants of the small Texas town, including his teenage girlfriend Inez, his 23 year old neighbor Donna, who attempts to seduce him on his birthday, his teacher, a local artist who also wants to have sex with him, and a mentally unstable border patrol agent who becomes fixated on his mother.
The audience is introduced to Tate (James Ransome), a young man living in relative misery with his board-game-playing grandparents. Also tormented by his living situation is Claude (Stephen Jasso), a quiet, shy teen constantly henpecked by his brutish father (Wade Andrew Williams). Meanwhile, the vapid Shawn (James Bullard) occasionally trades verbal spars with his mother, in between leaving the house for erotic sessions with his girlfriend's mom. Finally there is Peaches (Tiffany Limos), living alone with her devoutly religious father as she covertly experiments with her boyfriend (Mike Apaletegui).
Boyhood friends Marty Puccio (Brad Renfro) and Bobby Kent (Nick Stahl) traveled in the same circles of casual drug use and loose women with a group of friends who rarely attended high school classes. Bobby bullied Marty their entire lives, raped both Marty and their girl friends, and pulled aggressive stunts such as capturing a local drifter and forcing him to perform homosexual acts on camera.
A day in the life of a group of teens as they travel around New York City skating, drinking, smoking, and deflowering virgins. Starring Leo Fitzpatrick, Justin Pierce, Chloë Sevigny, Sarah Henderson, Joseph Chan and Rosario Dawson.