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The Man in the Silo (2016)

Racial family conflict results in a horrific car accident that leaves Marcus Wells a successful African American executive, proud husband and father--alone, in a secret world of guilt and ... See full summary »

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Racial family conflict results in a horrific car accident that leaves Marcus Wells a successful African American executive, proud husband and father--alone, in a secret world of guilt and despair, while he cares for his wife's incapacitated grandmother. Displaced from city to farm life, Marcus faces his darkest fears, his wife's vengeful grandmother, and the truth about himself. Written by Anonymous

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Doug Jones was originally cast in the role of Charlie, but had to drop out last minute due to scheduling conflicts with "Pan's Labyrinth". See more »

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Electric, visceral, authentic, and beautiful!
26 June 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have never seen Ernie Hudson star in such a challenging and intense role, and I now have a new respect for him. His portrayal of a middle-aged black man struggling to cling to his identity after suffering unthinkable loss cuts to the heart of what it is to be human. This beautifully shot film allows Hudson to really stretch his creative wings, and he does not disappoint. Independent films such as this reassure me that true art is still being produced. If you appreciate cinema, this is one not to miss. I found this film's uniqueness to be a breath of fresh air.


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