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Based on Robin Hardy's acclaimed 2006 fresh "Cowboys for Christ," The Wicker Tree tells the anecdote of Texas-based singer Beth Boothby (newcomer Brittania Nicol) and her friend Steve Thomson (Henry Garrett), two born-anew Christians who come to Scotland to scatter the gospel. When their initial efforts are met with disdain and disinterest, they find help in an invitation to sing in Tressock, the limit fiefdom owned by Sir Lachlan Morrison (Graham McTavish).
However, Beth's and Steve's message of personal chastity quickly comes into in the order of the signs conflict with Tressock's sexual and exact practices, drawing upon ancient Celtic beliefs and rituals. Temptations start to challenge Beth and Steve -- by the stakes no less than their self-same lives and souls...
Christopher Lee, who played the secret Lord Summerisle in the original, returns afresh in a dramatic cameo. Rounding used up the cast are Jacqueline Leonard to the degree that Lady Delia Morrison, Clive Russell like Beame, James Mapes as Reverend Moriarty and Honeysuckle Weeks to the degree that Lolly.
The Making of The Wicker Tree
The Wicker Tree was released January 27th, 2012 and stars Christopher Lee, Graham McTavish, Clive Russell, Honeysuckle Weeks, Callum Mitchell, Henry Garrett, Jacqueline Leonard, Natalie Parnes. The pellicle is directed by Robin Hardy.