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    Little Woods (2018)

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    A modern Western about two sisters who work outside the law to better their lives


    Nia DaCosta


    Nia DaCosta
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    Cast overview, first billed only:
    Tessa Thompson ... Ollie
    Lily James ... Deb
    Luke Kirby ... Bill
    James Badge Dale ... Ian
    Lance Reddick ... Carter
    Charlie Ray Reid Charlie Ray Reid ... Johnny
    Brandon Potter ... Dale
    Jeremy St. James ... Mike
    Ryan Downs Hayden Ryan Downs Hayden ... Joe
    Elizabeth Maxwell ... Jenny
    Luci Christian ... Sheila
    Morgana Shaw ... Gerry
    Jason Newman Jason Newman ... Bank Manager
    Amparo Garcia-Crow Amparo Garcia-Crow ... WHC Receptionist
    Rochelle Robinson ... Receptionist (Canada)


    A modern Western that tells the story of two sisters, Ollie and Deb, who are driven to work outside the law to better their lives. For years, Ollie has illicitly helped the struggling residents of her North Dakota oil boomtown access Canadian health care and medication. When the authorities catch on, she plans to abandon her crusade, only to be dragged in even deeper after a desperate plea for help from her sister. Written by Anonymous

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    Crime | Drama | Western

    Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

    Rated R for language and some drug material | See all certifications »


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    Release Date:

    19 April 2019 (USA) See more »

    Also Known As:

    Crossing the Line See more »

    Filming Locations:

    Austin, Texas, USA See more »


    Box Office

    Opening Weekend USA:

    $57,610, 21 April 2019

    Gross USA:


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    The story was initially conceived as a modern retelling of Othello, which is where the names Deb and Ollie/Oleander come from. See more »

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    Two sisters try to cope with a pregnancy and mounting debt.
    6 August 2019 | by TxMikeSee all my reviews

    My wife and I watched this at home on DVD from our local library. While it is billed as a "western", set in North Dakota with trips to Canada, it in fact was filmed near Austin, Texas and small area towns like Taylor, Manor, and Luling, perfect locations for gritty, small town scenery.

    Two sisters, one adopted, have recently lost their mom, the house is almost in foreclosure, the one sister already with a single mom with a small boy of 5 or 6 finds herself pregnant again.

    The sister not pregnant is 10 days away from the end of her probation for some past drug dealing, she is on a good track and hopes to turn her life around, but finds it hard when old dealers and customers occasionally approach her.

    The spit hits the fan when foreclosure is begin, the bank says they need almost $6000 to catch up, after bargaining the bank will take $3000 within one week, and prorate the rest. With prospects for a new job in Washington state the non-pregnant sister just needs to get past this hump, surely she can sell a few drugs to preserve the home for her sister then be done with it.

    The movie isn't pretty and it isn't fun to watch, but when it was over both my wife and I had the same comment, we are grateful we had hard working parents who gave us a secure home and always had funds for basic living needs. The fictional story in this movie illustrates how difficult it can be to live your life when choices aren't great and it is either do or die. Unfortunately way too many young adults are in that situation at any given time.

    Good movie, gritty but realistic.

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