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Promised Land

Corporate sales partners Steve Butler (Matt Damon) and Sue Thomason (Frances McDormand) arrive in a small town to secure drilling rights for a natural-gas company. They believe that the economic decline has done their work for them and that the townspeople will happily accept whatever offer they make. However, they don't consider the objections of a respected schoolteacher (Hal Holbrook) and the leader (John Krasinski) of a grassroots campaign against the company's objective.
  • Genres: Drama
  • Running Time: 106 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, April 19, 2013
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: R [ Language ]
  • Starring: Matt Damon [Steve Butler], John Krasinski [Dustin Noble], Frances McDormand [Sue Thomason], Rosemarie DeWitt [Alice], Hal Holbrook [Frank Yates], Lucas Black [Paul Geary], Scoot McNairy [Jeff Dennon], Titus Welliver [Rob], Terry Kinney [David Churchill], Tim Guinee [Drew Scott], Dorothy Silver [Arlene], Joe Coyle [Michael Downey], Sara Lindsey [Claire Allen], Ken Strunk [Gerry Richards], Karen Baum [Lynn], Johnny Cicco [Donny], Kristin Slaysman [Gwen], Carrington Vaughn [Colin], Cain Alexander [Danny Thomason]
  • Directed by: Gus Van Sant [Director], Matt Damon [Screenwriter], John Krasinski [Screenwriter], Chris Moore [Producer], Matt Damon [Producer], John Krasinski [Producer], Gus Van Sant [Executive Producer], Ron Schmidt [Executive Producer], Jeff Skoll [Executive Producer], Jonathan King [Executive Producer], Linus Sandgren [Cinematographer], Billy Rich [Film Editor], Daniel Clancy [Production Design], Juliet Polcsa [Costume Designer], Danny Elfman [Original Music], Francine Maisler [Casting], Greg Weimerskirch [Art Director], Rebecca Brown [Set Decoration]
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