"The Other Side of Eden" trailer (2018)

"A film that thoughtfully explores the legacy of a tragedy and the complexities of human relationships. It is a story of the South. The participants—black and white, young and old—are caught in a web of Southern racial codes. Like Shakespearean characters, they stand for all humanity."

--Daniel Patterson, Kenen Professor Emeritus, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

On a hot July night in 1932 a black tenant farmer in Northern Virginia slipped into his landowner’s home “Edenhurst,” beat him unconscious with a piece of stove wood, and
dragged his wife away to a nearby mountain. There, he is believed to have raped, beaten,
and left her for dead. The attack precipitated a huge manhunt. The county sheriff had
only one assistant but de

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