|Writers||Laura McGie (screenplay co-writer)
Chel White (screenplay co-writer)
|Cast||Thomas Stroppel David Bodin Ted Rooney Tom Berenger Allen Nause Alexander MacKenzie Ryan Findley Paul Glazier Nathan Dunkin Erin McGarry Kacie Thomas Betty Moyer Gretchen Corbett Robert Blanche Storm Large Katy Beckemeyer|
|Plot||Abandoned by his mother at a young age, 25-year old Presley Alan French (Thomas Stroppel) has grown up in the shadow of his father and a small town, secret militia called The Lodge. Along with his cousins, he is committed for life to participate in the group's self-appointed mission of justice and capital punishment. Ignited by a deep sense of civic duty, The Lodge was initiated many years ago by Presley's father, uncle and other town leaders, when a local girl was murdered and the killer released unpunished. The group captured the man and executed him deep in the woods. Over the years, other executions have been carried out in the name of community service. The death of Presley's father leads him to examine his ever-increasing trepidations about the group's ideology. This is compounded by the discovery that his uncle, now the new chief, is forming ties with Militia for America Now, an umbrella group with an extremist Right Wing agenda funded by a charismatic multi-millionaire (Tom Berenger). Presley must decide whether to break all bonds to family or be immersed in killings that are now politically motivated. Eerie and beautiful, Bucksville is a genre-bending drama/thriller whose timely topics of ethics and the militia movement ring with universal relevance. It is also a film about love, loyalty, and the loss of innocence.... search for Bucksville on IMDb|
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