SummaryAfter her deadbeat father jumps bail and mysteriously disappears, 17-year-old Ree Dolly must find a way to track him down or she'll be left without a home or custody of her two young siblings. To avoid losing everything, Ree must hack through the lies and threats looming everywhere in her rural town to piece together the dangerous truth about her father --without getting herself killed.
Drug dealers -- Drama.
Father and child -- Drama.
Ozark Mountains -- Drama.
|Publisher|| Santa Monica, CA :Lionsgate,2010
|Other Titles|| Winter's bone.
film producer, screenwriter.
Madigan-Yorkin, Alix, film producer.
Granik, Debra, screenwriter, film director.
Lawrence, Jennifer, 1990- actor.
Hawkes, John, 1959- actor.
Breznahan, Kevin, actor.
Dickey, Dale, actor.
Dillahunt, Garret, 1964- actor.
Lee, Sheryl, actor.
Taylor, Tate, actor.
Woodrell, Daniel, Winter's bone.
Hinchliffe, Dickon, 1967- composer.
Roadside Attractions (Firm), presenter.
Anonymous Content (Firm), production company.
Lions Gate Entertainment (Firm), publisher.
Jennifer Lawrence, John Hawkes, Kevin Breznahan, Dale Dickey, Garret Dillahunt, Sheryl Lee, Tate Taylor.
Director of photography, Michael McDonough; edited by Affonso Gonc̦alves; music, Dickon Hinchliffe.
Rating: R; for some drug material, language and violent content.
In English; with optional English and Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.
Title from container.
Based on the book by Daniel Woodrell.
Special features: audio commentary with director, debra Granik and director of photography, Michael McDonough; the making of "Winter's bone"; deleted scenes; alternate opening; "Hardscrabble elegy" composed and performed by Dickon Hinchliffe; theatrical trailer.
DVD; region 1; widescreen; Dolby digital; Dolby digital 5.1 audio.
Sundance Film Festival, Best Picture (grand jury prize); Sundance Film Festival, Best Screenplay (Waldo Scott screenwriting award)
1 videodisc (100 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.