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Close, Franco and Marling join The Grace That Keeps This World

Close, Franco and Marling join The Grace That Keeps This World

Glenn Close, James Franco and Brit Marling are set to star in “The Grace That Keeps This World”, according to

Adapted from the Tom Bailey novel of the same name, the story follows a father and his sons as they prepare for the upcoming hunting season by find themselves divided after a rookie environmental cop begins an investigation into their hunting violations.

Azazel Jacobs of “Terri” fame has signed on to direct, with Anonymous Content’s Alix Madigan will produce with Jewerl Ross and Matthew Aldrich. Aldrich has also penned the film’s script.

“Terri” was critically acclaimed on the festival circuit, and Aldrich gained notoriety from the bidding battle that ensued over his script “Father Daughter Time: A Tale of Armed Robbery and Eskimo Kisses”, which Matt Damon signed on to direct and star in.

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