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Screenwriter David Sumner travels with his wife Amy in his Jaguar to her homeland Blackwater, in Mississippi. Amy's father has passed away and David intends to write his screenplay about Stalingrad in the house. David hires the contractor Charlie and his team to repair the roof of the Barn. Amy was Charlie's sweetheart when she lived there and neither he nor his crew show respect to her now. Charlie invites David to hunt deer with his group and him; but they leave David alone in the woods and rape Amy. She does not tell David what happened. When the drunken coach Tom Heddon calls Charlie and his friends to hunt down the slow Jeremy Niles, who likes his daughter, David decides to protect not only Jeremy, but also Amy and his honor.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
When David finds the dead cat in the closet he turns off the light and closes the closet door. A moment later when Amy opens the closet door the light is on. See more »
Hey Charlie, there is something in the Bible I do believe.
Whats that, sir.
"Thou shall not covet thy neighbor's wife."
I believe in that, too. But what happens when thy neighbor's wife covets you?
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The versions released in India (English original and Hindi dubbed) are relatively shorter in duration as compared to the original. See more »
Written by Shorty Medlocke
Performed by Blackfoot
Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
By arrangemnet with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing See more »
A Real Dog
While there are probably people out there who could pull off a remake of the classic StrawDogs, this isn't the group.
I tried real hard to like this film since I'm a huge fan of Walton Goggins, but this should have been left on the shelf.
The actress playing the wife did a rather good job, though, in a role that is not easy to pull off and achieve a believable balance.
Overall I wouldn't give this more than about 4 or 5 points.
Next time someone tries this I really hope they can give us something worth watching. This is a truly worthwhile script that can be done better, perhaps even better than the original. I'd like to see that.
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