A young man from a small town realizes that in order to start over he'll have to move on when the ghosts of the past reemerge to settle some old scores. After Kevin's mother died, his father moved away. Kevin stayed behind, choosing to remain in the family home instead of starting a new life elsewhere. But when past conflicts threaten to drag Kevin down, he realizes that the only way out is to follow his father's lead, and leave the town he's always called home. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Nonames is a Wisconsin indie film that has a GREAT cast for a film with a smaller budget. James Badge Dale (The Pacific, Rubicon), Gillian Jacobs (Community), Barry Corbin and a terrific supporting cast. Kudos to the director and producer for pulling that off. No wonder that it won Best Director and Best Ensemble Cast at the Phoenix Film Festival. I saw this film with a sold out crowd at the Wisconsin Film Festival and it received a standing "O". I am really hoping to see it again. Filmed entirely in central Wisconsin it offers a very moving story about friends, family and the definition of home in a small town struggling to survive. Please make this available.