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

- Emma and the kids

weren't too happy about me

moving them closer to town,

but it was best

for the business.

- Let me help you out here.

- Thanks.

- - Hey, Jake.

- Bob Collins.

- Nice to meet you, Bob.

- This is Seth.

- - How you doing?

- Seth Collins.

- Nice to meet you.

- All right, good luck.

- Thanks.

- Hello, Seth, Bob.

- Hey, Preacher Sam!

- Looking good!

- Preacher Sam, how you doing?

- I'm doing good.

Well, see you all tomorrow.

- Yeah, let's give it a ring.

Oh yeah, should be all right.

- I remember when Mama

used to ring that bell

'til our feet hit

the front porch.

Used to drive Daddy crazy.

- He'd be proud.

- Yes, he would.

This is for him, for the family.

- Collins brothers.

We got us a business

that we can share.

The hard work is

going to pay off, too.

- God's been good to us.

I'm just happy to

have my baby brother

as my business partner.

Look, I gotta run.

I gotta meet Emma and

the kids at the pond,

and she don't like me

being late for anything.

- Well, you better go

and get out of here, Bobby.

I'll see you and the family

tomorrow for the Grand Opening.

- You know it.

See you then.

- I'm hungry, Pops.

- Well, you know

I think Mama, she made

some corn bread and

some homemade jam.

Y'all ready for a picnic?

- Yes.

- All right, come on.

- This is for you, Miss Emma.

- Thank you, sweetheart.

All right.

- Thanks, Mom!

- Let's go.

- Michael, wait up.

- How's the store looking?

- Tomorrow's a big day.

We've even got Grandma's

dinner bell hanging outside.

- That loud thing?

I'm sure the customers are

really gonna like that.

- It ain't that loud.

- Yes, it is.

That thing sounds

like a train coming.

- Well, I'll tell you what.

We never missed a meal.

- Oh yeah, you right about that.

- What else you got in there?

- Some jam.

- There's a biscuit, too.

- - Yes, indeed.

- Every time I see

that tree over there,

it reminds me of when

I was a little boy.

Me and my daddy, we

planted this little seed.

It grew into something

really beautiful.

That's how God is with us.

He takes our family and

He rains down His love.

- Daddy?

Hey, Pop!


- He ain't here.

We found him this morning...

facedown in the creek.

Ain't but a foot deep.

- Matty, do you know

what happens in the woods

when all the wolves die out?

- No, I don't, Snake.

- When they get hunted down...

that's when they move in.

- What are you

even talking about, Snake?

- What about the store, Matty?

First the store, then

what? The whole town?


I ain't gonna let them...

take our town.

That store was my daddy's store,

your daddy's store.

- I know.

Why does it have to be

anybody's store, Snake?

Can't it just...

Can't you just let it...

Just let it be?

- You always was soft.

- Okay.

We're gonna to scare 'em well.

Let's run them out of town

for good, Snake, me and you.

The Cain brothers.

Let's do it, let's do it!

Let's do it, yeah!

I ain't soft.


- Where are them kids?

- They was here somewhere.

- - I have no ide...

- Check the closet.

- Closet.

I know they're here somewhere.

Mama Bear, did you

see those kids?

- No!

- - Mama Bear!

- No!

- - A-ha!

I see 'em.

Where are those kids?

I'm gonna eat those kids.

- Uh-oh.

- I'm gonna get ya.

- I'm gonna get ya.

I'm gonna get ya.

- Oh, babe. Come get into bed.

Y'all know you can't

hide from Papa Bear.

There you go, son.

I love you, baby girl.

- I love you, too, Daddy.

- Michael.

Don't I get a goodnight kiss?

- Too old, Dad!

- Too old?

How about an "I love you"?

- Too old!

- Well, I tell you what.

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