Standoff at Sparrow Creek

Dunham's debut is a taut, tight work of pulp fiction that's practically predestined to draw comparisons to Quentin Tarantino's 'Reservoir Dogs.'

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The Standoff at Sparrow Creek

After a mass shooting at a police funeral, reclusive ex-cop Gannon finds himself unwittingly forced out of retirement when he realizes that the killer belongs to the same militia he joined after quitting the force. Understanding that the shooting could set off a chain reaction of copycat violence across the country, Gannon quarantines his fellow militiamen in the remote lumber mill they call their headquarters. There, he sets about a series of grueling interrogations, intent on ferreting out the killer and turning him over to the authorities to prevent further bloodshed.
Genre
Drama
Runtime
89
Language
English
Director
Henry Dunham
Writer(s)
Henry Dunham
Cast
James Badge Dale, Patrick Fischler, Gene Jones, Chris Mulkey, Brian Geraghty, Happy Anderson, Robert Aramayo
FEATURED REVIEW
Matt Donato, Slashfilm

Henry Dunham’s 'The Standoff At Sparrow Creek' will split a furious political divide like most, if not all, of production company Cinestate’s as-now-released slate. Gun rights, civilian militarization, police corruption – unquestionably blurred ethics, but spectacularly intensified nonetheless. On ...

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