Abundant Acreage Available — Trailer

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added: Wed, Aug 23rd '17

In the heartland drama "Abundant Acreage Available," Oscar-nominated actress Amy Ryan (Gone Baby Gone, Win Win, Birdman) stars as Tracy, a small-town woman who is struggling to pick up the pieces of her life after her father suddenly dies. Now partially in charge of her father's estate, Tracy finds herself embroiled in a dispute with her brother, Jesse (played by acclaimed character actor Terry Kinney), who has chosen to sell their father's tobacco farm to its previous owners.

Winner for Best Screenplay at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, the indie movie is written and directed by Angus MacLachlan, who previously wrote and helmed the indie dramedy "Goodbye to All That," but is perhaps best known as the screenwriter of "Junebug."

Co-starring Max Gail (42), Francis Guinan (TV's The Exorcist), and Steve Coulter (Netflix's House of Cards), "Abundant Acreage Available" is executive produced by filmmaker Martin Scorsese, and is being released in select theaters on October 6th.

On a fifty acre tobacco farm in North Carolina, Tracy (Amy Ryan) and Jessie (Terry Kinney) bury the remains of their recently deceased father in the middle of a field, in the land that he loved. One week later they find three older men camping in their field. Tracy and Jessie discover the men (Max Gail, Francis Guinan, Steve Coulter) are brothers whose family used to own the farm. They haven't been back in 50 years. Abundant Acreage Available is about family, morality, ownership, grief, and letting go.


directed by   Angus MacLachlan

starring   Amy Ryan, Terry Kinney, Max Gail, Francis Guinan, Steve Coulter

release date   October 6, 2017

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