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Gone are the Days

Gone are the Days is an early twentieth-century Old West drama starring Golden Globe® nominee Lance Henriksen and Academy Award® nominee Tom Berenger, and also starring Danny Trejo, directed by Mark Landre Gould.

A tale of revenge, redemption and love,
Gone are the Days follows the story of Taylon Flynn, a notorious but aging outlaw struggling to come to terms with the man he has become versus who he once was. Sensing that his time is short, Taylon’s quest for absolution and vengeance converges in an old mining town as he faces the truth and pain of his past sins: a daughter he abandoned, a friend he left for dead, and a wife brutally murdered for his crimes. Taylon must not only retrieve his soul from the depths of sin, but save the one thing in life that he truly loves.

Gone Are the Days is a unique, character-driven western. Producer Richard J. Cook describes it as having all the elements of an Old West film, “like a gun fight, bar scenes, guys in boots and chaps but it’s a different tale. It also has the elements of Dante’s Inferno. It’s a hybrid. It’s unique, and we need unique westerns to set them apart.”

Played at

Music Hall, 3.23.18 - 3.29.18
Rated R
Runtime: 99 min
Language: English