In 1857, a group of slaves on a Georgia plantation make the dangerous decision to journey 600 miles north for the promise of freedom.
Did You Know?
According to the dialogue, the plantation from which Noah runs away is "on 300 acres between the Yellow River and Stone Mountain"; that puts it in the area bounded by the towns of Stone Mountain, Rockbridge, Centerville, and Redan, Georgia, now in the eastern suburbs of Atlanta metropolitan area. See more
Noah copies the words on the prison wall by pressing his shirt against the carved letters, inked in blood. The words on his cloth should be printed backwards, but they are not. See more