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Barn Red (2004)

| Drama | 2004 (USA)
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An elderly farmer finds out that he owes a huge inheritance tax. Land developers show up to offer him a predatory deal. His neighbors are having similar problems. That's when an old acquaintance of his arrives for a visit and lends a hand.

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Michael Bolini
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Lydia Bailey (as Kimberly Norris)
Kate Peckham ...
Haight's Assistant
Will David Young ...
Louie Esch
Suzi Regan ...
Joanne Martin
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Hanks Myers
Joey Albright ...
Farmer
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Mr. Wells
Randall Godwin ...
Mr. Miller
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Seth Bernard ...
Feed Store Worker
Wayne David Parker ...
Paul Haight
Patrick Michael Kenney ...
Ed Bennett
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Town Hall Officer
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An elderly farmer finds out that he owes a huge inheritance tax. Land developers show up to offer him a predatory deal. His neighbors are having similar problems. That's when an old acquaintance of his arrives for a visit and lends a hand.

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To them it was land. To him it was home.

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The end scene shows a car with a front Florida license plate. Florida does not have front license plates. See more »

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Mr. Brauer created a beautiful and emotional film
19 March 2006 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

Barn Red comes across as a wonderful portrait of people who love the land. Mr. Borgnine, one of my favorite actors, personified the warm and benevolent farmer with deep family roots. Rich Brauer painted a beautiful picture of rural Michigan and its people. Mr. Borgnine and Ms. Norris had a chemistry which was totally believable, they came across as solid people with a marvelous mutual connection. This is a story at one level, a relationship at another level and a visually beautiful movie overall. The movie was technically well executed, the storyline was well crafted and the character development was engaging. This is a film which is very much worth the time.


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