(USA, 2013, 110 mins, HDCam)
Screenwriter: Eric J. Adams
Producer: Roxanne Avent
Cinematographer: Rodney Taylor
Editor: Richard Molina
Music: Michael Einziger
Cast: Joe Anderson, Dawn Olivieri, Danny Glover, Lela Rochon, Anson Mount, Evan Ross, Derek Luke
He was free for a day. Within hours of being released from 14 years of solitary confinement in maximum-security Pelican Bay State Prison, Garrett Tully is on the run again. When he finds a house off a dirt road and takes a family hostage, he thinks the Aryan Brotherhood has his back--and his kidnap victims are black. The family's patriarch, Mr. Walker, is a jaded ex-con who hates cops so much he disavowed his own son for becoming one. Seeing a familiar desperation in Tully, Walker refuses to call the authorities for help, causing familial tensions to escalate, and soon grave missteps are made.
With a powerful ensemble cast led by Danny Glover, director Deon Taylor deftly crafts a disquieting psychological thriller about race, family and loyalty in terms far from black and white.
Thu, Jun 12th 9:45pm
Regal Cinema L.A. Live- Theater 8
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