A Civil War veteran returns home to the quiet countryside, only to find himself embroiled in a conflict between his family and the brutish cattle rancher harassing them.

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Kane Senes

Writers:

John Chriss (co-writer), Kane Senes (co-writer)
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Cast overview:
James Badge Dale ... Wade
Ethan Embry ... Seamus Riley
William Forsythe ... Randolph McCluskey
Maika Monroe ... Abigail Riley
Rhys Wakefield ... Marcus McCluskey
Beth Broderick ... Doris McCluskey
Ryan O'Nan ... Dillard McCluskey
Owen Teague ... Samuel Riley
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The year is 1866 and the bloodiest conflict in American history - the Civil War - has recently come to an end. Miles away in the isolated countryside of Texas, two families neighbor one another. The Rileys trap animals and sell their pelts for a meager living, while the McCluskeys, having lost their proud cattle business to the war, steal from the weaker Rileys' traps. That is, until WADE, favorite uncle to the Riley children and an embattled war veteran, visits his family to find reprieve from the horrors he has seen. Wade learns of the McCluskeys' misdoings and takes it upon himself to put a stop to them and before long, finds himself with another war on his hands - this time, one of his own making.

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Home from battle...still fighting


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Rated R for violence, sexuality/nudity and language | See all certifications »
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One of the dullest Westerns ever
17 April 2015 | by DallasCinefileSee all my reviews

Lord almighty, I don't know what this filmmaker was trying to accomplish with this thing, but it was so incredibly boring. I was hoping this was going to be more interesting, but the pace was excruciatingly slow and the story not at all compelling. There was nothing in the way of performances to get excited about and the production value looked really chintzy. Doing a period piece in general is challenging enough, but doing a Western without stars or a seasoned director is a tall order certainly not filled by this effort. Unfortunately there is nothing I can recommend about Echoes of War other than it should be avoided if you value your time. Truly one of the dullest Westerns, if not films, I've ever seen. Zzz...


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 November 2016 (Bahrain) See more »

Also Known As:

A Relative Stranger See more »

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA

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Budget:

$150,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$7,615
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