Michael Abbott Jr in Official Trailer for Indie Film 'In the Radiant City'

July 23, 2017
Source: YouTube

In the Radiant City Trailer

"There's no such thing as evil, son. There's just people doing good and bad to each other." The Orchard has debuted a trailer for indie drama In the Radiant City, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year. The film is the feature directorial debut of Kentucky native Rachel Lambert, and it's set in Kentucky, about a man who returns home only to find his family is still haunted by the stigma of a murder his brother committed years ago. The cast includes Michael Abbott Jr in the lead role, along with Marin Ireland, Madisen Beaty, Celia Weston, Jon Michael Hill, Deirdre O'Connell, and Paul Sparks. This film is produced by fellow filmmaker Jeff Nichols, and it also has one of the best posters this year (as seen below).

Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Rachel Lambert's In the Radiant City, direct from YouTube:

In the Radiant City Poster

A man (Michael Abbott Jr., seen in Mud, Loving) returns to rural Kentucky where his family, fragmented and haunted, still carry the stigma of a murder his brother committed twenty years ago. In the Radiant City is directed by American filmmaker Rachel Lambert, making her feature directorial debut after also co-directing the music short Kin in 2012. The screenplay is written by Rachel Lambert & Nathan Gregorski. This first premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year, and also played at the Stockholm, Cleveland, and Seattle Film Festivals as well. The Orchard will release Lambert's In the Radiant City in select theaters sometime later this year. Stay tuned for an exact release date if you're interested. So what do make of this?

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This will be a good watch, of course. But I don't understand why so many solid dramas have to be related to violence and killing..? There's much more to life ...

shiboleth on Jul 23, 2017


That is a cool poster! Looks like some intense drama and solid cinematography. Might catch this on Netflix/cable.

THE_RAW_ on Jul 23, 2017


Damn impressive. These tight knit family dramas are so good. They remind me of a Steinbeck or Faulkner story. This looks like it has potential to be as good as WINTER'S BONE.

DAVIDPD on Jul 24, 2017

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