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  • 2017
  • 101min
  • 87%
  • 6.3 / 10

The movie opens with Wilfred James in a hotel in Omaha, Nebraska in the year 1930 where he plans to write a confession to a crime that he committed eight years earlier in 1922. The movie then backtracks to the year 1922, showing Wilfred living on his family farm in Hemingford Home, Nebraska with his wife Arlette and teenage son Henry. Arlette has recently come into an inheritance in the form of a parcel of land. While she wants to sell the land and move to Omaha, Wilfred is strongly opposed to this idea. He is attached to the farm and detests city life. With neither of the pair willing to budge, Wilfred considers taking a drastic step. He hatches a plan to murder his wife and enlists his son Henry to help with the plot. The pair goes through with the murder, with Wilfred cutting Arlette's throat with a butcher's knife. Despite being able to stay on the farm, things do not turn out how Wilfred had planned.

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1922 has several connections to other Stephen King works. The role of Wilfred marks Thomas Jane's third starring role in a Stephen King adaption, with the other two being 2007's The Mist and 2003's Dreamcatcher. The town where the family farm is located, Hemingford Home, is also the town where the character Abagail Freemantle lives in King's work The Stand.


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1922 is a 2017 horror film from writer and director Zak Hilditch. The movie is based on the story of the same name by Stephen King, released in the 2010 Full Dark, No Stars collection of stories. 1922 stars Thomas Jane, Neal McDonough, Molly Parker, Kaitlyn Bernard, Brian d'Arcy James, and Bob Frazer. The film was released on Netflix, forgoing a traditional movie theater release. The movie received generally positive reviews from critics, many of whom praised lead actor Thomas Jane for his strong portrayal of Wilfred James.