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Road to Perdition 2002  Trailer
Year: 2002
Genres: Thriller, Drama, Crime
Type: Trailers
Duration: 2M50S
Cast: Dylan Baker, Stanley Tucci, Daniel Craig, Kurt Naebig, Reese Foster, Tom Hanks, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jude Law, Kevin Chamberlin, Ciarán Hinds, Ciarán Hinds, Christian Stolte, Anthony LaPaglia, John Judd, Ian Barford, Robert Jones, Harry Groener, James Greene, Michael Sassone, Duane Sharp, Kerry Rossall, Richard Dunn, Doug Spinuzza, Peggy Roeder, James Currie, Craig Spidle, Jack Callahan, Juanita Wilson, George J. Manisco, Joe Fontana
Director(s): Sam Mendes

Trailer: Road to Perdition (2002)

Bonds of loyalty are put to the test when a hitman"s son witnesses what his father does for a living.

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"Hit man Michael Sullivan (Tom Hanks), known in his 1930s Chicago world as The Angel of Death, is on the run after his wife (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and son (Liam Aiken) are murdered. With his surviving son (Tyler Hoechlin) in tow, Michael sets out to exact brutal vengeance. Complicating matters in this crime actioner are a reporter (Jude Law), Al Capone's enforcer (Stanley Tucci) and other shady characters. "

Directed By - Sam Mendes
Produced By- Richard D. Zanuck, Dean Zanuck
Screenplay By - David Self
Based on the Graphic Novel By - Max Allen Collins
Cinematography By - Conrad L. Hall
Starring- Tom Hanks, Paul Newman, Tyler Hoechlin, Jude Law, Anthony LaPaglia, Daniel Craig, Stanley Tucci, Jennifer Jason Leigh
Music By- Thomas Newman via cessna117ab


1931. Mike Sullivan and Connor Rooney are two henchmen of elderly downstate IL-based (Quad City area, though much of the action takes place in the Chicago area) Irish-American mobster John Rooney, Connor's father. In many respects, John treats Mike more as his son, who he raised as his own after Mike was orphaned, than the volatile Connor, who nonetheless sees himself as the heir apparent to the family business. One evening, Mike's eldest son, twelve year old Michael Sullivan Jr., who has no idea what his father does for a living, witnesses Connor and his father gun down an associate and his men, the situation gone wrong initiated from an action by Connor. Caught witnessing the incident, Michael is sworn to secrecy about what he saw. Regardless, Connor, not wanting any loose ends, makes an attempt to kill Mike, his wife and their two sons. Mike and the surviving members of his family know that they need to go on the run as Connor, who has gone into hiding, will be protected through mob loyalty, especially by John, who cannot turn on his own flesh and blood. Still, Mike has to figure out a way for retribution for what Connor did, while still protecting him and his family, not only from Connor, but from John and his fellow associates. Through it all, Mike wants those in his family that had no say in what he chose as a living, to have some redemption for their eternal souls.