By GREG PIERCE
Directed By KATE WHORISKEY
With BECKY ANN BAKER, ANNA CHLUMSKY, ALEX HURT, ADAM PALLY, STEPHEN PARK, EUGENE YOUNG
Paint it red. So begins Lydia’s wild idea to invigorate her Rust Belt town. But when a whip-smart entrepreneur co-opts her scheme, a precarious rivalry is born. A battle for the town’s soul ensues, causing its obsessive mayor, its defiant matriarch, and the rest of its residents to question who they are and where they're headed.
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