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11:55 is a 2016 drama film about a US Marine returning to his hometown, where he struggles to escape his violent past. The film was written by Ari Issler, Ben Snyder, and Victor Almanzar. It was directed by Issler and Snyder, and stars Almanzar, Shirley Rumierk, Goya Robles, Elizabeth Rodriguez, David Zayas, Mike Carlsen, John Leguizamo, and Julia Stiles.[1] The film's plot and sensibility contain echoes to the classic Westerns High Noon (1952) and 3:10 to Yuma (1957).

11:55 premiered at the Los Angeles International Film Festival. It has since played at the Seattle Film Festival, Woodstock Film Festival, Austin Film Festival, Napa Film Festival, Milwaukee Film Festival, and Woods Hole Film Festival. The film won the Audience Award at the Aspen Film Festival and the RiverRun Film Festival.

11:55 was released in theaters by Gravitas and made on demand June 9, 2017.[2][3][needs update]