A House Divided

"Weak"

A House Divided Review


At least it wasn't hideous... but this Beloved-esque tale of a white plantation owner (Waterston) in Lincoln-era Georgia who has a mixed-race daughter (Beals) by one of his slaves (Hamilton) is so dull it stifles what little energy there is in the story. When the big guy dies, his will -- which leaves almost everything to the daughter -- is contested. Will it stand up against bigotry? Ultimately, it's challenging material made dumb... you know, for Showtime.


A House Divided

Facts and Figures

Run time: 44 mins

In Theaters: Tuesday 6th May 2014

Production compaines: LightStream Partners III

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

IMDB: 9.3 / 10

Cast & Crew

Starring: as Romi Meir, as Joleh Khalid, F. Murray Abraham as Grandfather Wahid, as Rebecca Meir, Alon Neuman as Muki, Sharon Raginiano as Bashar, A.J. Tannen as Cameraman Weiss, Rachel Wagner as Reporter


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