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16 September 1992 (France) See more »
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A lonely farmer takes in a pregnant woman and looks after her. After she gives birth, tragedy strikes. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Robert Duvall ... Jackson Fentry
Olga Bellin ... Sarah Eubanks
Sudie Bond ... Mrs. Hulie
Richard McConnell ... Isham Russell

Peter Masterson ... Lawyer Douglas
William Hawley ... Papa Fentry
James Franks ... Preacher Whitehead
Johnny Mask ... Jackson / Longstreet Fentry - Sarah's child
Effie Green ... Storekeeper
Ken Lindley ... Judge
R.M. Weaver ... Jury Foreman
Dick Dougherty ... Buck Thorpe
Jeff Williams ... H.T. Bookwright
Jack Simley ... Thorpe Brother
Billy Summerford ... Thorpe Brother
Thomas C. Coggin ... Thorpe Brother
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Robert Raglan ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Joseph Anthony 
 
Writing credits
William Faulkner (story)

Horton Foote (play)

Horton Foote 

Produced by
Gilbert Pearlman .... producer
Paul Roebling .... producer
Davis Weinstock II .... producer (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
Irwin Stahl 
 
Cinematography by
Allan Green 
 
Film Editing by
Reva Schlesinger 
 
Art Direction by
Barbara Tindall 
 
Makeup Department
William A. Farley .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Michael Haley .... assistant unit manager
Steven P. Skloot .... production manager (as Steve Skloot)
Charles Carmello .... production manager (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Alan Hopkins .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Carlos Quiles .... chief carpenter (as Carlos Quilles)
Frederic C. Weiler .... property master (as Fred Weiler)
 
Sound Department
David Blumgart .... sound
Joe Slifkin .... boom operator
Jess Soraci .... sound editor: Filmsound Inc.
Jess Soraci .... sound effects: Filmsound Inc.
Dick Vorisek .... sound engineer (as Richard Vorisek)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jimmy Battle .... assistant grip
George Bouillet .... camera operator
Jack Brown .... assistant camera
Thomas Cestare .... gaffer (as Tom Cestare)
John J. Connor .... assistant camera (as John Connor)
Ed Engels Jr. .... grip
Dean Olive .... assistant grip
Harvey Snow .... assistant gaffer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ed Brennan .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Nancy Cook .... assistant to film editor
Julie Zale .... assistant to film editor
 
Other crew
John Aery .... production assistant
Charles Carmello .... special assistant to producers
Michael Cooke .... production assistant
Ruth Dorizzi .... production secretary
Lillian O. MacNeill .... script supervisor (as Lillian MacNeil)
Jimmy Robbins .... production assistant
Paula Roizman .... script supervisor
James Wygul .... production assistant
 

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103 min
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Robert Duvall cites this film as one of his personal favorites.See more »
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Revealing mistakes: The entire movie is filmed in the dead of winter. The cotton "harvesting" scene was shot in a bare field with tufts of cotton attached to a few bare, leafless, cotton plant stalks.See more »

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27 out of 28 people found the following review useful.
An outstanding performance of a difficult story., 13 November 1998
Author: spike-29 from Baltimore, Maryland

In my opinion, Robert Duvall's performance made this story into a believable movie, and turned his character into a man of understated strength, and an admirable person. He managed to capture the mannerisms, accent, and speech syntax of his character and the region to the extent that the other actors' otherwise good portrayals appeared out of place. I'm not sure that I would have seen the movie, had I read the story first; however, having seen the movie, I want to read the book.

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