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The Free World [DVD] [2016]

  • SKU: 32257911
  • Release Date: 01/17/2017
  • Rating: R
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    Synopsis


    The Free World
    Recently released from prison after serving time for a crime he didn't commit, Mo (Boyd Holbrook) realizes that the rest of his community still sees him as a threat. He soon bonds with a woman (Elisabeth Moss) trapped in an abusive relationship with a violent police officer, and vows to protect her from danger. Octavia L. Spencer and Sung Kang co-star in this Southern Gothic-inspired drama, which was written and directed by Jason Lew. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Boyd Holbrook
      Boyd Holbrook - Mo Lundy
    • Elisabeth Moss
      Elisabeth Moss - Doris Lamb
    • Sung Kang
      Sung Kang - Detective Shin
    • Waleed F. Zuaiter
      Waleed F. Zuaiter - Khalil
    • Stephen Louis Grush
      Stephen Louis Grush - John



    Customer rating

    Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Outstanding Performances

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      The Free World is an incredible film that I recommend anyone watch if you're eyeing it. Boyd Holbrook does and absolutely amazing job in his portrayal of Mo Lundy. There were several things I didn't catch or understand watching it the first time, but the more I viewed it the more I caught on to the subtle hints he gave through mere expression. It gave me a better understanding of his character because, as the synopsis states, he's recently been released from prison for a crime he didn't commit, but they don't really allude to it very much. Boyd does an outstanding job. I simply cannot get enough of him. Elizabeth Moss does a really fine job, as well. Her character could be anyone and she's so accepting of her situation it's almost cathartic to watch her. There are a few instances where she's a little over the top, but again, I think she meant to portray Doris that way. It's a really good film. Give it a shot and I think you may end up enjoying it.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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