Watch The Trailer For Kiefer And Donald Sutherland's First Time On Screen Together

It's a western called Forsaken

Donald Sutherland's been kicking around the movie business for about the last 50 years. His son, Kiefer, has been in movies and TV since the early '80s, but the father and son have not shared the screen, until now. (They have, however, been in the same movies, such as the 1996 film A Time To Kill.)  The pair appear opposite each other in the western Forsaken. Kiefer plays John Henry Clayton, a gunslinger and prodigal son who returns to his Wyoming hometown after fighting in the Civil War.  Donald plays his father. The movie, which premiered at last year's Toronto film fest and comes out in theaters and video on demand February 19, also features Demi Moore and Brian Cox.

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From US Esquire 

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