Rural Tennessee in the 1940's: a young man unwittingly goes to work building a honkytonk for the charismatically diabolical bootlegger who murdered his father ten years earlier and runs into conflict when he falls for the young woman the bootlegger is grooming to be a prostitute.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for strong sexual content, graphic nudity, pervasive language, violence, and brief drug use
Did You Know?
James Franco previously directed Josh Hutcherson in the film In Dubious Battle. It was during the shooting of this film that Franco showed Hutcherson the script for The Long Home and offered him the lead role. See more