A grandson of a Klansman comes of age in the deep south and eventually joins the Civil Rights Movement. Based on the Bob Zellner's autobiography 'The Wrong Side of Murder Creek.'

  • 1 hr 45 minNRHDSD
  • Feb 5, 2021
  • Drama

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  • Cedric The EntertainerActor

    Cedric the Entertainer was born on April 24, 1964 in Jefferson City, Missouri, USA as Cedric Antonio Kyles. He is an actor and writer, known for Barbershop (2002), Be Cool (2005) and A Haunted House (2013). He has been married to Lorna Wells since September 3, 1999. They have two children.
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  • Brian DennehyActor

    Imposing, barrel-chested and now silver-haired Brian Dennehy is a prolific US actor, well respected on both screen and stage for the best part of 25 years. He was born in July 1938 in Bridgeport, CT, and attended Columbia University in New York City on a football scholarship. He majored in history, before moving on to Yale to study dramatic arts. He first appeared in minor screen roles in such fare as Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977), Semi-Tough (1977) and Foul Play (1978) and proved popular with casting directors, leading to regular work. However, he really got himself noticed by movie audiences in the box-office hit First Blood (1982) as the bigoted sheriff determined to run Vietnam veteran "John Rambo" (played by Sylvester Stallone) out of his town. Dennehy quickly escalated to stronger supporting or co-starring roles in films including the Cold War thriller Gorky Park (1983), as a benevolent alien in Cocoon (1985), a corrupt sheriff in the western Silverado (1985), a tough but smart cop in F/X (1986) and a cop-turned-writer alongside hit man James Woods in Best Seller (1987). In 1987, Dennehy turned in one of his finest performances as cancer-ridden architect "Stourley Kracklite" in Peter Greenaway's superb The Belly of an Architect (1987), for which he won the Best Actor Award at the 1987 Chicago Film Festival. More strong performances followed. He reprised prior roles for Cocoon: The Return (1988) and F/X2 (1991), and turned in gripping performances in three made-for-TV films: a sadistic small-town bully who gets his grisly comeuppance in In Broad Daylight (1991), real-life serial killer John Wayne Gacy in the chilling To Catch a Killer (1992) and a corrupt union boss in Teamster Boss: The Jackie Presser Story (1992). In 1993, Dennehy appeared in the role of police "Sgt. Jack Reed" in the telemovie Jack Reed: Badge of Honor (1993), and reprised the role in four sequels, which saw him for the first time become involved in co-producing, directing and writing screen productions! Demand for his services showed no signs of abating, and he has put in further memorable performances in Romeo + Juliet (1996), as bad-luck-ridden "Willy Loman" in Death of a Salesman (2000) (which earned him a Golden Globe Award), he popped up in the uneven Spike Lee film She Hate Me (2004) and appears in the remake Assault on Precinct 13 (2005). The multi-talented Dennehy has also had a rich theatrical career and has appeared both in the United States and internationally in dynamic stage productions including "Death of a Salesman" (for which he picked up the 1999 Best Actor Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award), "A Touch of the Poet", "Long Day's Journey into Night" (for which he picked up another Tony Award in 2003) and in Eugene O'Neill's heart-wrenching "The Iceman Cometh".
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  • Jake AbelActor

    Jake Abel was born on November 18, 1987 in Canton, Ohio, USA as Jacob Allen Abel. He is an actor and producer, known for Love & Mercy (2014), Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (2013) and Supernatural (2005). He has been married to Allie Wood since November 9, 2013.
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  • Sienna GuilloryActor

    Sienna Guillory is the daughter of American folk guitarist Isaac Guillory and Tina Thompson, an English model. Guillory's parents encouraged her to express herself artistically as she was growing up and this led to her decision to become an actor. She was educated at Gresham's School, Holt, Norfolk, England and appeared in school plays. Her acting break came when she was 16, and was cast in the TV movie Riders (1993). To support her acting career, Guillory also took up modeling and appeared in campaigns for such high profile companies as Armani and Dolce & Gabbana, as well as gracing many magazine covers. Further acting success followed in TV and films. Projects include The Time Machine (2002), Love Actually (2003) and the 'Resident Evil' film series.
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  • Lucas TillActor

    Lucas Daniel Till was born in Fort Hood, Texas, to Dana Lyn (née Brady) and John Mark Till, a lieutenant colonel in the army. He spent most of his childhood growing up in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. Lucas's family quickly noticed, when he was at a very young age, that he had an affinity for impersonating voices and characters. When he was 11 years old, his mother enrolled him in local acting classes, and it wasn't long before he was discovered by an Atlanta agent, Joy Pervis. Lucas began booking almost immediately in print, local, regional, and national commercials. Soon after, he was cast in his first movie role as Harry Vanderbilt in The Adventures of Ociee Nash (2003), starring Keith Carradine and Mare Winningham. He was a natural for film roles and continued his success by landing his first co-starring role in Lightning Bug (2004) with Laura Prepon and Bret Harrison. Lucas made his first trip to Los Angeles when he was 13 year old. Shortly after returning to Atlanta, he booked the sought-after role of Jack Cash, older brother of Johnny Cash, in the award-winning biopic Walk the Line (2005), directed by James Mangold and starring Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon. With high school quickly approaching, Lucas made the decision to stay in Atlanta to attend and experience public high school. He continued acting and was cast in movies for Lifetime Television and several independent features, including Dance of the Dead (2008), which was directed by Gregg Bishop and hand-picked by director Sam Raimi for distribution through Lionsgate and Ghost House Pictures. Three weeks before graduating from high school with honors, Lucas auditioned for Disney's Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009) and was cast in the lead role of Travis Brody. After only one week on the set, Lucas flew back to Atlanta to graduate with his high school class of 2008. Lucas now resides in Los Angeles pursuing his career.
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  • Ludi LinActor

    Ludi Lin is a unique actor striding Hollywood and China and one of the most outspoken voices in Asian Representation in Hollywood. Being born in China, he received his education and enculturation in many different countries around the world. Rather than deciding to be an actor, he feels he simply never succumbed to the pressures of giving up on being one because he believes that people are all born actors and we're here to to tell our stories. Ludi's upcoming projects include: MORTAL KOMBAT, SON OF THE SOUTH, THE GHOST BRIDE, the Chinese adaptation of HUMANS and two shorts including IN A NEW YORK MINUTE and SUMMER KNIGHT. He recently joined the cast of MORTAL KOMBAT as Liu Kang, AQUAMAN as Captain Murk in the 2018 DC film, AQUAMAN. He is well known as Zack, The Black Power Ranger in THE POWER RANGERS, Lions Gate's franchise. He was also seen in Season 2 of Netflix's MARCO POLO along with Chinese films COME ACROSS LOVE and TAKES ME TO THE ENDS OF EARTH. Ludi's other credits include the Chinese MONSTER HUNT and LOST IN HONG KONG - one of China's biggest box office Chinese films released to date. In 2017, Ludi was honored at the Hawaii European Film Festival Awards, receiving the Rising Star Award. Variety presented their Asian Stars: Up Next Award to Ludi at the 2nd International Film Festival & Awards in Macao. Ludi was born in Fuzhou, a city along the southern coast of China. His full immersion into western culture came at the age of 9 when he was sent abroad to Sydney Australia to further his studies. Finally, when he was 17 he moved to Vancouver Canada to complete his university education. The allure to act for Ludi began from an early age when he watched his mother's performances from behind the curtain of a Chinese Theatrical stage. Ironically, she urged him not to follow her footsteps but in spite of her dire warnings, he continued to pursue the art and eventually graduated with a double major in Dietetics and Theatre from the University of British Columbia. After graduating, Ludi took a 2 year souljourn around Asia proper where he refined his martial arts skills in Thailand and Japan; studying Muay Thai and JiuJitsu for extended periods. Subsequently, Ludi returned to Vancouver to work as an actor, and honed his skills on shows such as LEVEL UP! and HOLIDAY SPIN. He was also cast in a number of Chinese co-productions, that put to use his unique language skills, films such as, I'M SORRY, I LOVE YOU (2013) and A Servant of Two Masters. Working in China afforded Ludi the chance learn in a different environment and work with legends of the Chinese industry such as Barbara Wong, a revered female director out of Hong Kong, and Jackie Chan and his stunt fighting team. The welcome he experienced and his deepening impression on Chinese audiences made him decide to continue establishing himself in China. Ludi currently maintains residences in Beijing and Vancouver and is a competitive snowboarder, a Master Scuba diver, and student of different martial art forms. He feels grateful to be an actor who can share his art with the world.
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  • Lucy HaleActor

    Lucy Hale is an American actress and singer. She was born Karen Lucille Hale in Memphis, Tennessee, to Julia (Caperton) Knight and John Preston Hale. She started out as a singer, appearing on American Juniors (2003) in a search for band members. She successfully won her place in the band. The group disbanded in 2005. Lucy turned to acting. She is best known for roles in TV shows Privileged (2008) and Pretty Little Liars (2010). She has stated that music is her first love and in June 2012 she signed a record deal with Hollywood Records.
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