Rated R · 105 minutes · 2013

Writer/director David Lowery shows a massive amount of promise with this Texas-set crime drama about Bob, a convict (Casey Affleck) escaping from prison to be with his wife, Ruth (Rooney Mara), and new daughter. The film is a slow burn, featuring a typically great performance from Affleck as Bob, a sad romantic type who takes the fall after his wife shoots a deputy (Ben Foster). Things get further complicated when the deputy befriends Ruth and starts to get the notion he could be part of her and the daughter’s lives. Keith Carradine is tricky and sinister as Skerrit, protective of Ruth and responsible for a lot of Bob’s troubles. In addition to Affleck, Mara and Foster are equally good, especially Foster. He used to be an actor who rubbed me the wrong way, but that has changed a lot over the last half-decade. Lowery has a distinctive style that will hopefully follow him into future projects.
Director: David Lowery
Producer: Lars Knudsen, Jay Van Hoy, Toby Halbrooks, James M. Johnston, Cassian Elwes, Amy Kaufman, Robert Barnum, Mark Burg, Jesse Kennedy, Logan Levy, Fredrik Malmberg, Michael Menchel, Daniel Wagner, Harvey Weinstein and Bob Weinstein
Cast: Rooney Mara, Casey Affleck, Ben Foster, Keith Carradine, Kennadie Smith, Jacklynn Smith, Nate Parker, Robert Longstreet, Charles Baker and Kentucker Audley


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Memphis Flyer Not-Bad Lands David Lowery emerges as a filmmaker to watch with Ain't Them Bodies Saints. by Addison Engelking 09/05/2013
Indy Week Ain't Them Bodies Saints strains for mythic poetry Bob (Casey Affleck) and Ruth (Rooney Mara) look as much like "outlaws" as Ernie and Bert, and the film is set in no recognizable world. by David Fellerath 08/28/2013
Creative Loafing Tampa Ain’t Them Bodies Saints impresses Writer/Director David Lowery wows with the hot 1970s throwback opening this weekend at the Tampa Theatre. by Joe Bardi 09/06/2013
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Portland Mercury A Sad Song Ain't Them Bodies Saints is a sad song about a robber and his lover. by Charles Mudede 08/28/2013
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Creative Loafing Atlanta Ain't Them Bodies Saints takes a high-brow approach The drama makes plaster saints out of country outlaws by Curt Holman 08/29/2013

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