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  1. - Premieres on the Sundance Channel on April 22, 2013. - Created by Ray McKinnon (Reverend Smith in Deadwood), director of Chrystal (2004). - Stars Aden Young, who I've never seen before. In fact, the only member of the cast I recognize at the moment is Adelaide Clemens who was just Ms. Wannop in Parade's End. Synopsis: One of this season’s most highly anticipated scripted dramas, Rectify revolves around Daniel Holden (played by Aden Young) who is released after nearly 20 years of complete isolation on death row. He returns as an outsider to his family, to his community, and to the times.
  2. JustinH

    Chrystal (2005)

    One of my most favorite movies, not only because of the beautiful concepts of love and self sacrifice and redemption explored but also because it is a movie soaked in the South. You can hear the whippoorwills singing in the trees, and the smell of deep fried everything wafting on the wind. It's very Ozarks, much like Winter's Bone, with all the charm and brokenness that comes with living in a rural southern community. And then there's the music. Not since O Brother Where Art Thou has such a love for southern music been shown. The kind of banjo picking, yodelling, one voice singing music
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