After their father dies, a middle-aged brother and sister wrestle with legacy and ownership when three brothers, whose family farmed the land for generations, return after 50 years.

  • Sep 29, 2017
  • Drama

Cast & Crew

  • Amy Ryan

    Amy RyanActor

    Amy Ryan was born on May 3, 1969 in Queens, New York City, New York, USA as Amy Beth Dziewiontkowski. She is an actress, known for Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014), Gone Baby Gone (2007) and Escape Plan (2013). She has been married to Eric Slovin since August 23, 2011. They have one child.
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  • MAX GAIL

    MAX GAILActor

  • TERRY KINNEY

    TERRY KINNEYActor

    Terry Kinney, the stage, film and television actor, was born on January 29, 1954 in Lincoln, Illinois and attended Illinois State University. While at university, his friend, the aspiring actor Jeff Perry, took Kinney to Chicago to see a production of "Grease" in which his best friend, Gary Sinise, was appearing. The like-minded trio of Sinise, Perry and Kinney opened their own Chicago theatrical troupe, the Steppenwolf Theater, in 1973 in the basement of a church in Highland Park. The company's metamorphosis into one of the country's great regional theatrical companies began in 1976, after Kinney and Perry joined it full-time after graduating from college. The theater has, since 1976, put on a full season of ensemble works. The founders of Steppenwolf supported the theater and themselves with odd jobs until he company began financially self-supporting in the early 1980s. Re-located in the old St. Nicholas Theater, Steppenwolf's productions began to attract a steady audience. Steppenwolf flourished artistically and financially in the '80s, and moved once again to its permanent home at 1650 N. Halsted Street in Chicago. At the height of the company's fame, Kinney and Sinise were Steppenwolf's artistic co-directors, winning numerous awards, and even transferring some productions, such as their monumental adaptation of John Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath", to Broadway. In addition to Kinney and Sinise, the company included such first rate actors as John Malkovich, Joan Allen and John Mahoney. As an actor, Kinney was nominated for a Tony Award for his appearance as the "Reverend Casey" in "Grapes". Kinney made his movie debut in 1985, with a bit part in Seven Minutes in Heaven (1985), and has been much in demand as a supporting actor ever since. On television, he had a small but recurring role on Thirtysomething (1987) and appeared as a regular on the HBO prison drama Oz (1997).
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  • STEVE COULTER

    STEVE COULTERActor

    Born in Canada, Steve grew up in South America and Cleveland Heights, Ohio. An actor and writer, his television appearances include recurring roles on House of Cards, The Walking Dead, Brockmire, The Purge, and Kevin Costner's Yellowstone. He also appeared in two HBO films directed by Barry Levinson: Wizard of Lies with Robert DeNiro and Paterno with Al Pacino. Film appearances include The Hunger Games, The Conjuring 1 & 2, Birth of a Nation, Insidious 2 & 3, Damien Chazelle's First Man, The Front Runner, and Charlie Day's El Tonto. He was the head writer for both of Tyler Perry's television series, House of Payne and Meet the Browns, where he supervised over 100 episodes and won two consecutive NAACP IMAGE Awards for Best Comedy Series. He is a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts.
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  • FRANCIS GUINAN

    FRANCIS GUINANActor

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    ANGUS MACLACHLANDirector

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