Tommy Lee Jones directs this adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's 2006 play, which chronicles the interaction between two men---a white, atheistic professor (Jones) and a black, religious ex-con (Samuel L. Jackson) who saved the former from committing suicide by throwing himself in front of a subway train. Screenplay by McCarthy. Jones is also the executive producer.


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