WHO’S IN IT?
Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man), Michael Shannon (Man of Steel), Laura Dern (Jurassic Park), Noah Lomax (Safe Haven), Tim Guinee (Iron Man), Cynthia Santiago (Women Do It Better), Manu Narayan (The Love Guru), Cullen Moss (The Notebook), Judd Lormand (The Hunger Games), Jonathan Tabler (Dallas Buyers Club)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Ramin Bahrani (Goodbye Solo), director, writer, producer, editor; Amir Naderi (Cut), writer; Ashok Amritraj (Bandits), Andrew Garfield (film debut), Justin Nappi (That Awkward Moment) and Kevin Turen (Arbitrage), producers; Antony Partos (The Rover) and Matteo Zingales (The Hunter), composers; Bobby Bukowski (The Messenger), cinematographer
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Struggling single father Dennis Nash (Garfield) is evicted from his home along with his mother (Dern) and his young son (Lomax) by charismatic real-estate broker Rick Carver (Shannon). Forced to live in a grubby and dangerous motel, Dennis strikes a deal with Rick that sees him work for the corrupt broker in order to get his home back. As Dennis starts to get sucked in to the seedy world of scamming honest hard workers and banks, he is then tasked with an upsetting job similar to the one that got him here in the first place…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A harsh and unsettling tale of corruption and greed with an underlying theme of today’s housing problems, 99 Homes offers two exceptional performances from Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon, both of whom are on their game in this highly-tense drama-thriller.