Gone Are the Days follows the story of notorious outlaw, Taylon Flynn. Aged, ill, and unable to reconcile the man he was to who he has become, Flynn is hell-bent on exiting this life in a ...
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When a recent widower consumed with regret seeks absolution in riding his motorcycle cross-country to confront the mistakes of his past, he unexpectedly discovers that life is about moving forward, one mile at a time.
Penelope Ann Miller,
Tough, no nonsense, Marine vet, Alden Rockwell has lost his bid for re-election as sheriff of Maksville County. Reluctantly, he settles into retirement, accepting that Preston, a ... See full summary »
Gone Are the Days follows the story of notorious outlaw, Taylon Flynn. Aged, ill, and unable to reconcile the man he was to who he has become, Flynn is hell-bent on exiting this life in a blaze of glory. His plans go awry upon the discovery of the sordid life his estranged daughter is forced to live. To save her, he must summon the inner demons he purged long ago, and finds that redemption is a hard road to travel.Written by
The story, Virgil, Jaden, River Man (many other characters and scenes) are based loosely on Dante's Inferno. See more »
At the saloon in Hesperus, when Taylon (lance Henriksen) pours himself a glass of whiskey, he fills it about two thirds full, but when he goes to drink it, the same glass is less than half full. See more »
This is not a typical western. He's an old dying man, so he's not capable of the shoot 'em up adventure most movies depict even of their oldest characters. But I like that! It is realistic. I see a real person when I look at Taylon.. So much depth to his character. In this one.. You don't get all the answers you're looking for, but you never really do in life, do you? I like that too because the story has a lot of depth and leaves you with a lot to think about. This is like a piece of real life. Refreshing to see such realistic storytelling..
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