"Son of the South" is a 2020 American biographical historical drama film directed by Barry Alexander Brown.
The starring cast includes Lucas Till, Lucy Hale, Lex Scott Davis, Julia Ormond, Shamier Anderson, Jake Abel, Brian Dennehy, Cedric the Entertainer, Michael Manning, Ludi Lin and others.

Here are "Son of the South" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Son of the South movie?

Vertical Entertainment US on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 released the trailer for "Son of the South" you can watch here:
Son of the South | Official Trailer (HD) | Vertical Entertainment.

Plot summary

What is Son of the South movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Son of the South" movie plot summary.

Bob Zellner (Lucas Till) is the son of a Methodist minister, a senior attending all-white Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama in 1961. Seeking information with which to write research papers on race relations, Zellner and four fellow students attend a event held in a Black church to mark the fifth anniversary of the 1955-56 Montgomery Bus Boycott. The event is conducted by Ralph Abernathy (Cedric the Entertainer) and Rosa Parks (Sharonne Lanier). When police arrive to arrest them, the white students evade arrest by fleeing through a back door. Dubbed the 'Huntingdon Five' in a newspaper, a cross is burned on the yard outside Zellner's room. Zellner's klansman grandfather warns him not to involve himself in the civil rights movement.
Witnessing a mob attack on the Freedom Riders, Zellner helps Jessica Mitford (Sienna Guillory) get to safety.
At first a passive supporter of the movement, Zellner goes on to become SNCC's first white field secretary.

Cast

Who plays who in the Son of the South movie?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Son of the South" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Lucas Till  as Bob Zellner
Lucy Hale  as Carol Anne
Lex Scott Davis  as Joanne
Julia Ormond  as Virginia Durr
Shamier Anderson  as Reggie
Jake Abel  as Doc
Brian Dennehy  as Grandfather
Cedric the Entertainer  as Reverend Ralph Abernathy
Mike Manning  as Townsend Ellis
Ludi Lin  as Derek Ang
Chaka Forman  as James Forman Sr.
Sienna Guillory  as Jessica Mitford
Dexter Darden  as John Lewis
Matt William Knowles  as Jim Zwerg
Onye Eme-Akwari  as Chuck McDew
Byron Herlong  as James Zellner
Jim Klock  as Younger
Maureen Bronner  as Huntingdon College Student
Nicole Ansari-Cox  as PRofessor Kleiner
Michael Aaron Milligan  as Jack Young
Emily Towles  as Huntingdon College Student
Michael Sirow  as Jay Jay
Sharonne Lanier  as Rosa Parks
Lydia Styslinger  as Susan Wilber
Laurissa Romain  as Brenda
Leslie Sides  as Nurse
Ashton Tyler
Kaleb Naquin  as Bob's Brother
Gina Cielo  as Girl on Bus / Singer in march
Thom Gossom Jr.  as Herbert Lee
Wil Deusner  as Skeeter
Stan Houston  as E H Hurst
Kuntrell Jackson  as Leon
Cian Genaro  as John Hill
Joey Thurmond  as Reverend Raines
Brad Napp  as Floyd Mann
Cal Johnson  as News Videographer
Marjie Kirkland  as Bag Lady
Ryan King  as Hurst Croney
Will Mossek  as Young Bob
Nicole Lamb  as Huntingdon Student
Aidan Redmond  as McComb Sheriff
Greg Thornton  as Clifford Durr
Collin Davidson  as Graduate #1
Angela Soulรฉ  as Mrs. Ruby Zellner
Logan Wetzel  as Huntingdon College Student
Hassel Kromer  as KKK member Hanging patron
Liam McGilligan  as Bob's Brother
Rebecca Sheehan Caine  as Huntingdon College Student
John Collier  as Angry White Guy
Terry Bowden  as Townsend's Dad
Jeff McKinney  as Hanging Party
Nathan Harris  as National Guardsmen
Alicia Roye  as Restaurant Patron
Matt Powell  as Huntingdon College Student
Kacey Hayes  as Huntingdon College Student
Nathan Storey  as Rioter
Jonathan Massengale  as Hanging Party
Lacey Coan
Austin Polson  as Good Ol' Boy
Eric Vickers  as Old Man on Street
Ashley Hargrove  as Huntingdon College Student
Crimson Kromer  as Self - Field worker / farmer (credit only)
Jeremy Brink  as Hanging Party
Bob Negro  as Rioter
Daniel Stone  as Protester
Malcolm X. Hayden  as William Barbee
George Kobler  as Hanging Party
Kelley Pittman  as Townsend's Mom
Sophia Brooke  as Huntingdon College Student

Release date

When is Son of the South movie release date?

"Son of the South" movie release date was scheduled to be on August 26, 2020 (ABFF) and on February 5, 2021 (United States) distributing by Clear Horizon Entertainment, Vertical Entertainment, Front Row Filmed Entertainment, Star Invest Films and Synapse.

Filming

What are Son of the South filming details?

The duration of the film is 105 minutes.

"Son of the South" movie is rated "PG-13", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Principal photography began in April 2019.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Son of the South movie?

"Son of the South" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 5.3/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 67/100.

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