Gallows Road: The Path to Gallows Road

Synopsis: Documentary about the making of the feature film Gallows Road, featuring interviews with the cast and production team, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of filming and post-production.
Genre: Drama
49 min

We can't turn around now.

- Okay.

You comin' in?

- I'll be in in a minute.

- I trust you, Bob.

- Okay.

- I know what you all up to.

I don't want no trouble.

This is my property.

Go on home, now.

If you leave now, we'll just

act like this never happened.

- I tell you what.

Kinda hoping you don't forget.

I don't think you're

understanding me.

The big picture,

we don't like you.

We don't want you here.

- I don't care

whether you like me or not.

What I do know,

this is my property!

I'm not asking you,

I'm telling you!

Now, get on outta here!

- Bob?

- It's okay, Emma.

Just get on back inside.

Go on. Get back inside.

- Done gone and

made me real mad.

- Shep, get 'em!

- No!

What're you doing?!

- No, no, no, Jakey.

You're one of us. Remember?

The brotherhood.

We gonna burn 'em.

- Burn 'em?

- Matty?

- - Yeah?

- Light it up.

- Now?

- Right now.

- No, Matty! No!

Matty, don't do it.

- Fire works.

- Throw it on the porch.

- No, Matty! Don't do it!

He's got kids in there.

- Get in the truck.


- Bob lost

his wife and two kids.

- Yeah, it's a real pity.

- Doesn't look like an accident.

- Of course, it was.

- There's a

bottle on the porch.

- Hey!

It was an accident.

- Sure.

- How do we rise above

the ashes of such a loss?

The loss of a good woman,

and her two innocent children?

This is an unthinkable pain.

A pain that reaches to the

deepest recesses of our soul.

There are no human

words to console,

but there is

comfort in His word.

The word ministers to our soul,

calms our spirit,

brings new life into us,

and gives us the

reason to live again.

"Fear not, for I am with you."

Isaiah 41:

- The last thing

I said to my wife

was, "Trust in God."

It was God that let this happen.

- I could use a little

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