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In 1940s Georgia, teenager David (Jacob Tierney) boards a train and escapes the destitute town in which he was raised. During the ride, he ponders his lonely upbringing. As a sensitive young boy, David was bullied by his father, Frank (Denis Leary), and rejected by his peers. Things got worse for the impoverished family when mother Sarah (Diana Scarwid) had a mental breakdown. But a ray of hope appeared in the form of David's eccentric aunt, Mae (Gena Rowlands), who bonded with the misfit boy.

Cast & Crew

Jacob Tierney
David, aged 15
Drake Bell
David, aged 10
Leo Burmester
Bobbie Lee Taylor
Peter McRobbie
Reverend Watkins
Dana Dick
Jo Lynne
Nik Powell
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Stephen Woolley
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Olivia Stewart
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Michael Coulter
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Charles Rees
Film Editor
Christopher Hobbs
Production Design
Philip Messina
Art Direction
Kristen Toscano Messina
Set Decoration
Monica Howe
Costume Designer
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