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Stillwater is a 2021 American crime drama film directed by Tom McCarthy, based on a script he co-wrote with Marcus Hinchey, Thomas Bidegain and Noé Debré. It is the first DreamWorks Pictures film to be distributed by Focus Features. It stars Matt Damon as an unemployed oil-rig worker from Oklahoma who sets out with a French woman (Camille Cottin) to prove his convicted daughter s (Abigail Breslin) innocence.
The film had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on July 8, 2021, and was released theatrically in the United States on July 30, 2021 by Focus Features. It received generally positive reviews from critics.
Stillwater, Oklahoma roughneck Bill Baker travels to Marseille, Southern France to visit his daughter Allison, who is five years into serving a nine-year prison sentence. While attending university in Marseille, Allison was convicted of killing her roommate and unfaithful lover, Lina.
During Bill s first meeting with Allison, she asks him to pass a letter to her defense lawyer, Mrs. Leparq. Bill finds Leparq, who tells him that the letter says that Allison heard from her former professor about a man who claimed to be Lina s killer. Leparq refuses to attempt to reopen the case because the new information is just hearsay. Bill lies to Allison, telling her that Leparq will petition the judge to reopen the case.
Bill meets a woman named Virginie and her daughter Maya at his hotel. He asks Virginie to translate the letter, where he learns not only about his daughter s desperation at the sentence, but also about how little faith she has in her father s ability to help with the situation. Bill visits the professor mentioned in the letter, who gives him the phone number of someone who claims to know Lina s killer. Bill and Virginie meet with the girl, who names the killer as Akim.
Combing through social media, Virginie and her girlfriend, Nedjma, print photos of people in the social circles of Allison and Lina. Bill brings the photos to Allison, who identifies Akim. Bill then uses the photo to track down Akim at a housing project, but Bill is beaten by Akim s friends after drawing too much attention, while Akim escapes. The next time that he meets Allison, Bill confesses that he lied about Leparq agreeing to help and that he found Akim but didn t tell the police. Enraged that Bill squandered her one chance for exoneration, Allison tells him to never return to the prison.
Four months later, Bill has remained in Marseille, renting a room in Virginie’s apartment and working on a construction crew. During Allison s one free day out of prison that year, Bill thinks that he reconnects with her, but that evening as she goes back to prison she attempts suicide by trying to hang herself. Bill is devastated but he continues to visit her and as their regular visits continue he reconnects with her. Bill and Virginie also establish a closer relationship and Bill finally thinks his life is back on track. One night at a Olympique de Marseille game, which Bill attends with Maya, he spots Akim and follows him to his truck after the match has finished. Bill approaches Akim and knocks him out and locks him in the basement of their apartment building where Virginie, Maya and Bill live. Bill implores Maya to keep the secret, and she agrees.
Bill pays a private investigator to have a lock of Akim s hair tested against the crime scene s DNA evidence. Akim tells Bill that Allison had hired him to kill Lina and that she paid him with a gold necklace bearing the word Stillwater. Bill begins to doubt Allison’s innocence. The private investigator suspects that Bill is keeping Akim in the basement, so he poses as a building inspector and asks Virginie if she has noticed any smells or noises from the basement, which she denies, but her suspicions are aroused. Police officers find and detain Bill, but after a fruitless search of the basement, the police question Maya, who lies about not having seen the hostage. After the police leave, Virginie reveals that she had released Akim after finding him in the basement. She demands that Bill move out for having put Maya at risk during Akim s abduction. Bill hugs a crying Maya goodbye, and moves back into the hotel.
Leparq meets with Bill to tell him that new proof will allow the case to be reopened, with a DNA test exonerating Allison, but is confused by Bill s numb reaction.
After Allison and Bill return to Oklahoma to a hero s welcome, Bill asks Allison about the Stillwater necklace that he gave her when she had departed for Marseille. Allison breaks down and admits she hired Akim to evict Lina from their house after they had broken up, but claims that she did not intend for Lina to be killed, as Akim misunderstood her intentions to put her out of the apartment. The next morning as they sit on the porch, Allison says everything looks the same in Stillwater while Bill admits everything looks different to him, almost to the point of him not recognizing it anymore.
- Matt Damon as Bill Baker, an unemployed roughneck whose daughter ends up wrongly imprisoned for murder in France. Bill believes in his daughter s innocence so strongly that he takes up investigating her case when no one else will.
- Abigail Breslin as Allison Baker, Bill s daughter. Convicted of murdering her roommate and lover Lina, she still maintains her innocence even after five years of imprisonment. She inadvertently sets her father out to investigate her case by asking him to pass a letter to her lawyer.
- Camille Cottin as Virginie, a single mother living in France who decides to help Bill investigate his daughter s case. She rents Bill a room and translates for him as he pursues leads.
- Lilou Siauvaud as Maya, Virginie s daughter. Bill helps Virginie care for Maya and acts as a father figure to her.
- Deanna Dunagan as Sharon, Bill s mother-in-law and Allison s grandmother. She helps support Bill and Allison financially and coordinates with Allison on Bill s visits to France.
- Idir Azougli as Akim, the mystery man that Bill believes is the real killer.
- Anne Le Ny as Leparq, Allison s lawyer.
- Moussa Maaskri as Dirosa, a retired police officer who offers to help Bill for money.
- William Nadylam as Patrick, a university professor whom Bill tracks down for information on the real killer s identity.
It was announced in July 2019 that Tom McCarthy would write and direct the film, with Matt Damon set to star. Abigail Breslin was added to the cast later in the month, with filming beginning in August 2019. Camille Cottin was added to the cast in September. Mychael Danna composed the film s score. It was filmed on location in Oklahoma and Marseille.
The film had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on July 8, 2021. It was scheduled to be released in the U.S. on November 6, 2020, but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic until July 30, 2021.
Stillwater grossed $14.6 million in the United States and Canada, and $5.4 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $20 million.
In the United States and Canada, Stillwater was released alongside Jungle Cruise and The Green Knight, and was projected to gross around $5 million from 2,531 theaters in its opening weekend. The film made $1.8 million on its first day, including $280,000 from Thursday-night previews. It went on to debut with $5.2 million, finishing fifth. The film fell 45% to $2.6 million in its second weekend, remaining in fifth place.
On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 74% based on 192 reviews, with an average rating of 6.6/10. The site s critics consensus reads, Stillwater isn t perfect, but its thoughtful approach to intelligent themes – and strong performances from its leads – give this timely drama a steadily building power. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 60 out of 100, based on 41 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B− on an A+-to-F scale, while 63% of PostTrak audience members gave it a positive score, with 34% saying that they would definitely recommend it.
Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film a score of 3.5/4 stars, describing it as provocative and stirring and praising Damon s performance as Bill Baker, but wrote: Bill is also prone to rash actions, which leads to a relatively late development in Stillwater that is jarring and misguided and lands this movie just short of greatness. David Sims of The Atlantic noted similarities between the film and director Tom McCarthy s previous films, The Visitor and Win Win, but added: McCarthy’s excellent, if sprawling, script is more interested in the humans behind the headlines and the messy ways people try to reconcile their grief and guilt after indescribable trauma. Simran Hans of The Observer gave the film a score of 3/5 stars, describing it as a thoughtful, knotty character study, albeit one nestled inside a polished, and less interesting, action thriller.
Brian Lowry of CNN was more critical of the film, writing that it confounds expectations in mostly frustrating ways , and that it runs long but doesn t run particularly deep — or at least, not quite deep enough. Clarisse Loughrey of The Independent gave the film a score of 2/5 stars, describing it as an empty gesture of a film , and wrote: It doesn’t reckon with the injustice Knox faced. Nor does it sympathise with her time behind bars. She doesn’t even get to be the main character. That would be Matt Damon’s Bill Baker, Allison’s father – a completely fictional figure, with none of this family’s details matching up to Knox’s.
Amanda Knox reaction
Amanda Knox, on whose story the film is loosely based, denounced the film and its creators on Twitter for profiting from her wrongful conviction and for distorting the facts of her story. Knox said, by fictionalizing away my innocence, my total lack of involvement, by erasing the role of the authorities in my wrongful conviction, McCarthy reinforces an image of me as a guilty and untrustworthy person.
|Plot||A father travels from Oklahoma to France to help his estranged daughter, who is in prison for a murder she claims she didn’t commit.|
|Awards||Awards, 2 nominations|
|Writers||Tom McCarthy, Marcus Hinchey, Thomas Bidegain|
|Stars||Matt Damon, Camille Cottin, Abigail Breslin|
|Produced by||Raphaël Benoliel,Thomas Bidegain,Liza Chasin,Noé Debré,Steve Golin,Robert Kessel,Jonathan King,David Linde,Tom McCarthy,Jeff Skoll,Corinne Golden Weber,Melissa Wells,Mari-Jo Winkler|
|Music by||Mychael Danna|
|Cinematography by||Masanobu Takayanagi|
|Film Editing by||Tom McArdle|
|Casting By||Kerry Barden,Anne Fremiot,Paul Schnee|
|Production Design by||Philip Messina|
|Art Direction by||Loïc Chavanon,Stéphane Cressend,Thierry Zemmour|
|Set Decoration by||Sophie Phillips,Bruno Taddei|
|Costume Design by||Karen Muller Serreau|
|Makeup Department||Lucine Azanza,Andrea Carreno,José-Luis Casas,Karri Farris,Teresa Morgan,Krista Perry,Fabienne Robineau,Stéphanie Selva,Matteo Silvi,Sharon Tabb,Luca Vannella,Sarah Yacko,Elizabeth Bey,Geoffrey Coppini,Cynthia Dreier,Candie Renee,Marilyne Scarselli,Ashley Tabb|
|Production Management||Nathalie Anselme,Diego Alex Borghello,Kelley Cribben,Isabelle d’Olce,Arnaud Duterque,Eric M. Klein,Jess Kraby,Sonia Pineda,Jennifer Radzikowski,Matthieu Rubin,Mari-Jo Winkler,Shelagh Conley,J David Tackett|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Marie d’Hallivillée,Cam Everson,Walter Gasparovic,Ryan Gentilucci,Kathleen E. Kearney,Samuel Payen,Michael Pontvert,Jason Ruffolo,Sydney Wattiez|
|Art Department||Stanislas Akomatsri,Lincoln Allan,Martin Astich,Colton Max Bagshaw,Darvin Bagshaw,Shane Ballou,Pierre Barault,Brannan Barber,Kevin Blosser,Nicolas Brechat,Samantha Brochu,Ryan Brown,Dean Bumgarner,Javas Campbell,Kevin Campbell,Thomas Carnet,Michael Cazal,Tom Chaillou De L’Etang,Coralie Charpille,Jeffrey Clark,Antoine Claudeon,Samuel Clowdus,Lois Coeurdeuil,Clayton Collum,Glenn Cordero,Arnaud Courteix,Fabrice Cousin,Anaïs David,Sacha De Haro,Randy Debenham,Francois-Pierre Deberre,Yves Deligne,Aurore Diot,Antonin Dreveau,Salaheddine Walid Drif,Frédéric Dubost,Chantal Dupin,Joshua Duterque,Martin Espinoza,Michael Eynaudi,Vincent Febrinon,Laurent Fenestre,Grégory Fournier,Romain Froissart,Maxime Fronteri,John Mitchell Garrett,Manfred Gendreau,Quentin Giboudeaux,Chabrand Gilles,Julyan Giraux,Gilles Graziano,Wylie Griffin,Charlie Gudimard,Sammy Hammett,Jason Hammond,Mike Hatton,Juan Herbandez,Jennifer Herbel,Trevar Hoebrecht,Terry Holliday,William J. Hopper,Sam Howeth,Brad Ivy,Miranda Karlsson,Jennifer Lagura,Clément Langelin,Lionel Larche,Charles Lavelle,Al Lewis,Catherine Little,Henri Lorente,Christophe Martin,Corinne Martin,Xavier Marty,Mario Mathis,Ben Meeks,Matt Mesch,Philippe Meynard,Justin O’Neal Miller,Christine Mouchard,Samantha Mugnier,Rianna Nauni,Bezhan Nazari,Muriel Nicolle,Fabrice Ottie,Josh Owen,Jason Peltier,José-Manuel Perez,Paul Perrier Little,Francois Poublan,Jérôme Prat,Nicolas Prevot,Elodie Pujol,Jairo ‘Biggy’ Quezada,Paul Richards,Adam Roffman,Chantal Rouet,François Roux,Théo Ruiz-Bourgeois,Ornella Schmitt,Dorian Senegats,Cassie Kay Smith,Ashley Stewart,Ashley Stewart,Philip Stone,Kenny Suggs,Nina Surguine,Manon Suter,Kyle Swinehart,Bruno Taddei,Nadia Tannio,Salim Trifi,Laetitia Truc,Heidi Tuley,Benjamin Vaillant,Cody Valdez,Myriam Valet,Yves Vial,Pete Vitacek,George Walker,Jeremy Woodward,Shad Zufelt,Uriel Zylberman|
|Sound Department||Ethan Andrus,Camille Barrat,Michael Barry,Yohann Bernard,Gilles Cabau,Paul Capuano,Marko A. Costanzo,Nathan Dubin,Dave Flynch,Paul Hsu,Audra Hughes,Jiho Kim,Florent Klockenbring,George A. Lara,Kyle Miller,Bill Orrico,Marco Peron,Antoine Pradalet,Michael Swanner,Jean Umansky,Ja-Ann Wang,Allan Zaleski,Vinny Alfano,Flo Ankah,Justine Baker,Guillaume Sciama,Chas Tackett,Josh Tackett,Stephen Tackett|
|Special Effects by||Franck Carpentier,Ronan Chiaradia,Grégoire Delage,Max Garnier,Charles-Axel Vollard,Mathys Vuigner,Stéphane Vuignier,James Yeates,Flora Zenenski|
|Visual Effects by||Renuka Ballal,Josh Child,Vivian Connolly,Robert Cribbett,Nick Crist,Luke DiTommaso,Rebecca Dunn,Michael Fernandes,Ariyan Hashemi,Soheil Kay,Calvin Lee,Christian Lowe,Jose L. Marin,Jimmy Marrero,Nathan Meier,Ranran Meng,Vance Miller,Jaimie Park,Rich Pernice,Matthew T. Perry,Greg Radcliffe,Aaron Raff,Steve Sullivan,John Sung,Amy Tang,Steven Weigle,Henry Willette,Andrew J. Bly,Alejandro Pérez Domínguez,Bill Ian Hudson,Patswitch Jaritngarm,John Seppala,Tonya Smay,Jesse Speer,Tim Van Horn,Aaron Wei,Dianshuo Zhang|
|Stunts||Carlos Bonelli,Ahmed Chouikhi,Hugo Denisse,Jeremie Denisse,Olivier Etienney,Angelina Fouassier,Dominique Fouassier,Sébastien Fouassier,Jérôme Gaspard,Pierre Gomes-Tavares,Eric Guarino,Melissa Humler,Dominique Julienne,Stéphane Margot,Pierre Medalin,Alexandre Moreira,Alice Naigeon,Nicolas Pauget,Jill Serra,Rachid Yous,Sébastien Fouassier,Alice Naigeon|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Nicolas Amédéo,Julien Andreetti,Joey Bacharka,Timothy Barnett,Anthony Bartra,Matt Bauske,Mike Bayard,Jeff Bettis,Sébastien Bismuth,Eric Bornes,Michel Bouquerel,Franck Boussenec,Cait Brasel,Adrien David,Ted Davis,Julien De Sousa,Thibault Demond,Pablo Dolado,Dwight Dollins,Elizabeth Drew,Nicolas Dufay,Henrik Dupeux,Clayton Flores,Jessica Forde,Gregory Fromentin,Frédéric Fulton,Jean-Baptiste Félix,Scott Garfield,Austin Davis Gill,Gaël Giraud,Alexandre Gotkovski,Jean-Charles Granjon,Arthur Grivel,Nicholas Groetsch,Dustin Guillen,Ian Hanna,Micah Hart,Daniel A Hernandez,Jimmy Hollingshead,Max A. Hoyt,François-Xavier Hugues-Clery,Brandon Jones,Brandon Jones,Jay Kemp,Jeremiah Kent,Cyril Kuhnholtz,Thierry Le Gall,Sophie Lemaire,John Lewis,Willdric Lievin,Russell Macway,Sean McCellan,Khalid Meziane,Sébastien Michelon,Nordine Naimi,Rob Nelson,Mickaël Njodo,Clayton Null,Matthew Patterson,Lisa Perrier,Roxane Perrot,Jérôme Pezzini,Anthony Piras,Julien Rizzo,Julien Roca,Bruno Scheerlinck,Amishjim Schulze,Brooke Shackleford,Val Sklar,Jeremy Smart,Mark Steinig,Patrick Stepien,Scott Sunday,Masanobu Takayanagi,Eric Thurot,Frédéric Thurot,Laurent Tibessart,Henry Tirl,Nicolas Turchet,Clément Valette,Nicolas von Borzyskowski,Jimmy Ward,D.J. Zachary,Jonathan Chaude-Woodman,Pierre Loiseau,Christine Reymond-Laruinaz,Frédérique Saj,Jonathan Shahan|
|Casting Department||Dorothée Auboiron,Cherelle Cargill,Amélie Covillard,Frederic Dagmey,Constance Demontoy,Sarah Fersi,Chris Freihofer,Rachel Goldman,Tori Hartley,Sienna Jeffries,Lucie Llopis,Vincenz Meresse,Roya Semnanian,Diane Capo,David Clark,Elodie Krauss,Peggy Quetglas,Jenn Rader,Bryson Smith,Seth Stuart|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Farah Alimi,Aude Amédéo,Camille Ballouhey,Anna Barthélemy,Jillian Bundrick,Lauren Grace Burns,Alyssa Blair Cawthon,Suzanne M.B. Chambliss,Sabrina Clave,Céline Collobert,Amy Higdon,Philip Maldonado,Emmanuelle Pertus,Cheri Reed,Inès Sassi,Linda Loo Trippe,Zina Zanolla,Ariane Castelli|
|Editorial Department||Benjamin Alimi,Kevin Birou,Audrey Birrien,Jerome Brechet,Alix de Germiny,John Diesso,Olivier Duval,Francesca Elena,Jeff Espinosa-Blohm,David Feldman,Patrick Gerrity,Coralie Le Guernec,Margaret Lewis,Eric Martin,Ryan Murphy,Craig Penner,Tom Poole,Stefan Sonnenfeld,Kim Spikes,Misako Suzuki,Laurence Vasseur,Mayleen Vega,Jacob Waxler,Jake White,Carrie Radigan|
|Location Management||Joseph Abeille,Stephanie Basset,Richard Berkeley,Lionel Berner,Dylan Brodie,William Collins,Emmanuel Comte,Jeanne Curtenaz,Johannes Escure,Eleni Micha Fleming,Samuel Hergibo,Chris Kucharski,Daphne Lefebvre,Emmanuel Lopez,Alison Naifeh,Loïc Pelissier,Thomas Philip,David Piechaczek,Christel Rasquin,Karim Traikia,David Zachary Heine|
|Music Department||Jina Hyojin An,Clay Blair,Richard Cookson,Jeff Danna,Mychael Danna,Nicholas Dodd,Andrew Dudman,Brad Haehnel,Bradford Loomis,Russ Miller,Quinn,Mary Ramos,Daniel Rhine,Erich Stratmann,Loga Ramen Tolken,Brandon Walters,Neil Dawes,Sandro Friedrich,Matt Jones,Roger Linley,Maggie McClure,Trevor Menear,Jenny Nendick,Tom Pigott Smith,Christian Reindl,Ramin Torkian|
|Script and Continuity Department||Rae Baron,Renee Burke,Claire Dumaze|
|Transportation Department||Shawn Avery,Maxime Baulleret,Lounés Bennari,Vincent Blanchard,Pascal Bonnefois,Jérémie Bonnemaison,Mary Beth Borg,Pascal Boulmer,Cécile Boy,Flore Camus,Adam E. Candelaria,Geraldine Charmadiras,Régis Clement,Fabienne Colongin,Manny DeMello,Krimo Dkhissi,Denis Duncas,Thomas Duong,Frédéric Dylewsky,Pete Dzek,Charles Ferrer,Josh Foley,Falzi Francois,Billy L. ‘Butch’ Frank,Erwan Freudenreich,Virginie Frutoso,Bruno Ghariani,Georges Giovannetti,Jordi Gleizes,Charles Heidet,Chris Hicks,Ugo Isoard,Jean-Marc Laprade,Jérémie Laì,Antone Lebow,Stephen Long,Jimmy A. Lopez,Vincent Marie,Jean-Marc Mazzei,Dennis Milliken,Johanna Monteiro,Mélanie Pannier,Nicolas Piechaczek,Jordan Rambaud,Camille Relier,Mamadou Sall,Gilbert Sanchez,Jack Sander,Nadine Stockl,Julien Vossough,Zach Wright,Gilles Camy,Ryan Thor|
|Additional Crew||Stephanie Adams,Myriam Rak Alembik,Norya Amezza,Tony Angelo,Anne Arovas,Eya Ayari,Amine Azzouz,Marion Bakhouche,Randall Balsmeyer,Allison Barber,Rae Baron,Blake Bennett,Mohamed Benrabah,Kevin Bernal,Steve Berron,Imane Bessaih,Eric Bessalam,Jérôme Billon,Tony Blanc,Margaux Blankiet,David J. Bloomfield,Tanya Blumstein,Chris Bogle,Rino Bonavita,Julia Borgh,Marc Boubli,Ashley Brahm,Richard Brandt,Melissa Caswell,Sylvain Champion,Sophia Chaoui,Eden Cohen,Victoria Cohen,Guillaume Cottavoz,Lida Davidians,Vaea Deplat,Daniel Desjardins,Nicolas Dessommes,Lamine Diarra,Maud Ducre,Ulysse Duterque,Reagan Elkins,Nathan Entringer,Michelle Evans,Giovanny Favela,Nancy Ferri,Vesna Filipovski,Shayne Fiske,Stacey Fong,Anne C. Ford,Ángela Forero,Laura Fourneaux,Lionel Franc,Yvan Féraud,Fabienne Féret,Marie Féréol,Elizabeth Garcia,Karen Garlich,Scarlett Garson,Jean Ghesquiere,Beatrice Giraud,Anne Goze,Jean-Louis Grousset,Maxime Grousset,Virginie Grousset,Andrea Hachuel,John A. Hamby,Stephen J. Hanan,Steve Hanan,Kyrra Hancock,Stefanie Holmes,Julia Holtmann,Nathan Howe,Romane Jammes,Colombe Jullien,Cathy Kerbrat,Ashley Kravitz,Mathilde Landais,Ann Laudick,Stefanie Leland,Romain Lemoine,Stephane Lieser,John Lin,Emily Long,Lauriane Mack,Vincent Madura,Lionel Makeieff,Cathy Marshall-Hart,Lucas Martinez,Sophie Mauger,Alessandro Mazzini,Meagan McCartney,Simon Meimoun,Romain Merlot,Jada Merritt,Lisa Michel,Michael J. Mills,Kim I. Mott,Abasse Msa,Colin J. O’Hara,Etienne Olchewsky,Lisandro Orozco,Luis Orozco,Christophe Ossart,Elsa Payen,Susan Pearce,Justin Penman,Antonin Perez,Thomas Plisson,Arno Polvent,Marie Popovitch,Clémence Pourtau,Antoine Prost-Verdure,Julie Quéré,Alma Remion,Clémence Renault,Benjamin Rigot,Jack Pryce Roach,Hannah Roark,Marc Robert,Amanda Roberts,Julien Roumy,Agnés Rzanski,Laetitia Sable,Simon Saudubois,Rachel Schneider,Jonathan Segal,Luc Selmès,Nassime Senaici,Kaitlyn Shelby,Lisa G. Shillingburg,Darryl A. Smith,Harriet Spalding,Clémence Stoloff,Jonathan Strutz,Ryan Toal,Francky Tom Tom,Sébastien Troude,Dov Urie-Lanman,Chloe Vassallo,Sarah Verde,Mahaut Vidal,Kalisa Wade,Sophia Weathersby,Anne Wiles,Anouchka Wood,Melissa Wren-Dall,Ruben Gerardo Alfaro Moreno,Noble Banks,Lisandro Boccacci,Alexis Bonnaud,Chas Dabby,Andrea Drake,Stéphanye Dussud,Walker Hare,Trey Jimenez,Samantha Ludlow,Romain Merlot,Josh Miller,Tim Monich,Trey Munden,Emily O’Banion,Pauline Picard,Megan Porter,Marissa Shoemaker,Marcel Simoneau,Dathan Smith,Nick Swezey,Kayla Williams|
|Genres||Crime, Drama, Thriller|
|Companies||3dot productions, Amblin Partners, Anonymous Content|
|Keywords||father daughter relationship,stillwater oklahoma,city name in title,location in title,title spoken by character|