A young couple on a cross-country road trip lose their way in a blizzard and wind up stranded in the middle of nowhere. As the days pass, their relationship slowly deteriorates, leading to the film's chilling climax.
Raped. Disemboweled. Nearly decapitated. Dumped on the outskirts of a nature reserve, dead - or so they thought. She needed a hero that night, so that's what she became. This is Alison's tale. A tale of monsters, miracles and hope.
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Just before dusk, Frank and his grandson track a recent kill and find that, instead of a deer, they've shot their trespassing neighbor. With a history of land disputes with the family fresh on Frank's mind, he decides their only option is to hide the body. As the night draws on, they find themselves only deeper in darkness and soon begin to wonder if everything will really be okay come morning.Written by
Won "Best of Fest" at the 2014 Charles B. Pierce Film Festival. See more »
You ain't gonna touch my dog, Wes Mitchell. I guaran-damn-tee it...
Oh, you don't know what I can do, Frank. It's dark, and you're a long ways from your house.
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The cut of the film that screened at festivals is 4 minutes longer than the cut released in cinemas and on video. The cut parts can mostly seen in the deleted scenes on the Blu-Ray and DVD. The most noticeable difference in the final cut is the absence of the dog burial with D and his father. See more »
Come Morning has a dark beauty about it. I didn't really think about it until after it was over and my wife called it a coming of age story, but that description is very appropriate. It is a dark coming of age story and by the time it's over you will feel for the adult that the little boy is to become. This is not a feel good movie. It will leave you shell shocked but satisfied. The cinematography and locations are beautiful and both do a wonderful job of capturing 1970's rural Arkansas and the mood of this film. The actors, particularly the young lead, do a superb job. There was not a bad performance in this small tight cast. The soundtrack is beautifully done and really supports the movie well, but without getting in the way. This movie is a must see!
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