“Deep Dark Canyon,” a new feature-length independent  film by Sonoma County husband-and-wife team Abe Levy and Silver Tree, opens Friday, Oct. 19, at the Roxy Stadium 14 theater in Santa Rosa.

Originally titled “Lawless,” the movie was shot entirely in Sonoma County, primarily in Guerneville and along the Russian River.

The film opens with a hunting accident that kills the mayor of a rural town.

The two young brothers responsible — Nick Eversman, from TV ABC’s “Missing” and “The Runaways,” and Spencer Treat Clark from “Gladiator” and “Unbreakable” — find themselves handcuffed together and on the run.

Their pursuers include the father, the town sheriff, played by Ted Levine, who played Buffalo Bill in ‘The Silence of the Lambs” and Capt. Leland Stottlemeyer on the “Monk” TV series.

Also caught up in the chase is the sheriff’s deputy, played by Martin Starr of “Freaks and Geeks” and “End of the World.”

See a trailer for the film at http://j.mp/NyhtXF.

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