The Civil War is over and Reese Paxton (Eric Braeden, The Young and the Restless) just wants a quiet life with his wife, Angelique (Carol Alt), and their young son, Gabe (Brady Hender). But in this South, it takes more than losing a war for some men to admit defeat. Billy Duke (James Patrick Stewart, CSI), over privileged son of Judge Duke (Academy Award winner George Kennedy), attempts to show a group of plantation workers, former slaves, that just because the law makes it illegal to have a piece of paper that says so, it doesn’t mean you can’t own a man. When Reese and Billy clash, Reese finds himself sent away for life, framed for a crime he didn’t commit. Reese must find a way to escape so he can return to the town that betrayed him to let them see what evil men do when good men let them. Reese Paxton is The Man Who Came Back. Also starring Armand Assante (The Mambo Kings, Belizaire the Cajun), Billy Zane (Titanic), Sean Young (Bladerunner, No Way Out, Ace Ventura), Peter Jason (Deadwood), Ken Norton (Mandingo), and Jennifer O’Dell (General Hospital).
“If you are looking for a film that will dazzle, entertain, make you cry and even angry, The Man Who Came Back gives you all that plus a lot more… The pulse pounding film never slows down until an ending that left grown men sobbing with tears in the theater.” Los Angeles Canyon News
“Gritty, emotionally-powerful… I could not take my eyes off the screen… The Man Who Came Back is so intense, it sticks with you for days.” PopSyndicate.com
“Glen Pitre has helped to reclaim the American western.” HomeTheaterInfo.com
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