Old Henry movie 2021 review, release date, plot, trailer

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Old Henry Upcoming Movie 2021

Tim Blake Nelson plays Henry, a quiet homesteader who works his farm with his son. He comes upon a fleeing man who has been shot in the chest and is carrying a sack full of cash. Three men are pursuing him. So, what does Henry, the humble, do? That’s what the first look trailer for the new Western Old Henry has to offer: guns blazing in typical spaghetti western flair.

Old Henry is a western action film about a widowed farmer and his son who take in a mysterious, injured man with a satchel of cash with caution. When a posse of men claiming to be law enforcement officers arrives to demand payment, the farmer must determine who to trust. The farmer demonstrates a skill for gun-slinging while defending his farmstead from a siege, surprising everyone and casting doubt on his genuine identity.

Potsy Ponciroli directed and wrote the American western film Old Henry. Tim Blake Nelson, Scott Haze, Gavin Lewis, and Trace Adkins star in the film, which will premiere at the Venice Film Festival on September 7, 2021. Jordan Lehning is in charge of music, John Matysiak is in charge of cinematography, and Jamie Kirkpatrick is in charge of editing. More information about Old Henry can be found below. This website will provide information on the Old Henry cast, release date, teaser/trailer, and more.

Old Henry (2021) : Release Date

Old Henry, a film by Shout Studios and Hideout Pictures, will be released in theatres in the United States on October 1. On September 7, the western will have its international premiere as an out of competition official selection film at the Venice Film Festival.

Old Henry (2021) : Cast

  • Tim Blake Nelson as Henry

  • Scott Haze as Curry

  • Gavin Lewis as Wyatt

  • Trace Adkins as Al

  • Stephen Dorff as Ketchum

  • Richard Speight Jr. as Dugan

  • Max Arciniega as Stilwell

  • Brad Carter as Branigan

  • Kent Shelton as Cowardly Gunslinger

Old Henry (2021) : Plot

A widowed farmer and his son take in a mysterious, injured man with a satchel of cash in Old Henry, an action western. When a posse of men claiming to be law enforcement officers arrives to demand payment, the farmer must determine who to trust. The farmer demonstrates a skill for gun-slinging while defending his farmstead from a siege, surprising everyone and casting doubt on his genuine identity.

We’re used to viewing Stephen Dorff as a smart-mouthed, double-crossing, gun-toting bad guy, so he’s the ideal counterpoint for Nelson. We’ll also have no trouble suspending disbelief for Grammy winner and Grand Ol’ Opry member Trace Adkins, who played a dusty farmer/gun-toter in real life after his second wife, Julie, shot him during a domestic fight, putting a bullet through both lungs and both lower chambers of his heart. He never even brought charges against his now-ex-wife, by the way. Our injured man with the money and a secret will be played by Scott Haze.

A farmer takes in an injured man with a satchel of cash in this action western. When a posse arrives to demand the money, he must choose who to trust. He exhibits a gunslinging talent while defending a siege, casting doubt on his genuine character.

Old Henry (2021) : Trailer

“I got this crazy thought there could be more to old Henry than meets the eye,” Dorff’s Ketchum says in the trailer. He wasn’t holding that gun like any other farmer I’ve ever seen.”

Henry has had a quiet life until an attack on his house and family forces him to show his gun-slinging abilities, causing his true identity to be called into question. Henry is played by Tim Blake Nelson, and the ensemble also includes Scott Haze, Gavin Lewis, Trace Adkins, and Stephen Dorff. Potsy Ponciroli, the writer and director, describes it as a “micro western,” a “little, simple tale created in an alternate timeline where an authentic, historical character acts in a fictional world,” according to him.

Tim Blake Nelson’s previous work as the meek and mild Delmar O’Donnell in the Coen brothers’ classic O Brother, Where Art Thou? lends itself to the Henry character. Then, in a return to the Coens’ universe with The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, we were enchanted by the naive cheery crooner who will also turn his revolver on anyone who sasses him. May I express how much I admire how they included his wonderful singing in both films? It makes a huge difference in both flicks.

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