Lee Ann Womack film set to debut
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
– "Noble Things," an independent film starring Lee Ann Womack will debut in the Austin Film Festival on Oct. 20. It took three hurricanes to complete the feature film, which was shot Austin, Beaumont and Southeast Texas.
Clay Walker was the producer of the soundtrack, while Tracy Byrd appeared in the movie as well.
"Noble Things" is a story of love, loyalty and secrets. Jimmy Wayne Collins (Brett Moses) is on his way to becoming the next big country music star out of Blackwater, Texas. Jimmy and his older brother Kyle (Ryan Hurst), a rebel, are reared under the watchful eye of their father, local Sheriff, Pete Collins (Michael Parks) and his loyal deputy Claire Wades (Lee Ann Womack). Jimmy, Kyle and their gang of loyal friends They constantly push the envelope in search of high-risk thrills. However, one fate-filled night, the brothers push too far, testing the bonds of family and friendships. Four years later, with only the distant memories of stardom, Jimmy returns home to face his terminally ill father, his imprisoned brother, his ex-girlfriend (Dominique Swain) and the life he left behind.
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