On the outskirts of the U.S. Civil War, a boy is sent north by his bounty hunter gang to retrieve a wanted man.


Chris Eska


Chris Eska
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ashton Sanders ... Will
Tishuan Scott ... Nate
Keston John ... Marcus
Bill Oberst Jr. ... Burrell
Christine Horn ... Rachel
Alfonso Freeman ... Isaac
Raven Nicole LeDeatte Raven Nicole LeDeatte ... Abby (as Raven LeDeatte)
Jonathan Freeman ... Royce (as Jonathan Brooks)
Jody Stelzig Jody Stelzig ... Chasing Cavalryman
Sam Pullin Sam Pullin ... Ryan
Eugene Smith Eugene Smith ... Store Clerk
Brenda Kuciemba ... Abolitionist Woman
Charissa Jarrett Charissa Jarrett ... Runaway Slave
Richard Rashad Romeo III Richard Rashad Romeo III ... Runaway Slave
Henry J. Smith III Henry J. Smith III ... Runaway Slave


On the outskirts of the U.S. Civil War, a boy is sent north by his bounty hunter gang to retrieve a wanted man.

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violence

Parents Guide:

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Did You Know?


When Will is going from man to man in Burrell's base camp serving beans, he slips something from the duster pocket of one of the men he serves (at 0:07:03). Closer examination on the DVD confirms it is the pair of cigarettes he then sells to the next man he serves. This 3 second act alerts the viewer to Will's moral compass. See more »


At the very beginning of the movie, as the boy walks toward the cabin, there is a battle - obviously miles away - occurring over the hill. However, as soon as a flash occurs from a cannon fire there is the sound of the firing - sound travels slower than light, so you should first see the flash and then a time late the report of the discharge. See more »


Nate: I saw you talkin to tat gal back there. Ever ad a gal o your own?
Will: No.
Nate: Don't. They trouble.
Will: Not all o em.
Nate: Yeaa, all o em
[5 second pause]
Nate: But they werth it.
Will: [smiles]
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Written and Performed by Yellow 6
Courtesy of Jon Attwood
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What every indie film aspires to be
18 November 2016 | by joeycantoSee all my reviews

This film is magnificent, it's on par with a studio film as far as the technical aspects. It's lit flawlessly, it's shot beautifully and the score is powerful. The wardrobe, props, hair and make up are all on point. It really brings you back to the civil war period. Now to the story, although intense, this is not an action film. What I mean by that is you have to be patient and let the story unfold and you will absolutely be rewarded. It's raw and dirty in a great way and it will pull at your emotions. The characters are fleshed out brilliantly, the writing is stellar all the way through. Now to the highlight of this film, the cast. I'm very familiar with Bill Oberst Jr. and I was once again pleased with what I saw. There is a certain genuine rawness to his performance and his turn in this film was no different. The entire cast is simply brilliant! I look forward to checking out what they do next. Under the guidance of writer/director Chris Eska, this journey cannot help but suck you in. Eska is someone definitely worth following. Bravo to the producers, keep your bar high.

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Release Date:

2 April 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

September Morning See more »

Filming Locations:

Gonzales, Texas, USA See more »


Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$7,232, 16 March 2014

Gross USA:


Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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