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September Dawn (2006)
Starring: Jon Voight, Lolita Davidovich, Taylor Handley, Shaun Johnston, Tamara Hope, Krisinda Cain, Terence Stamp, Dean Cain, Jon Gries, Trent Ford, Huntley Ritter
Director: Christopher Cain
Category: Romance, Western, Based-On-A-True-Story, Drama, Historical / Per
Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
English, Spanish, French
110 mins



The story of an American tragedy that has never been told... until now.

Academy Award winner Jon Voight (Best Actor, Coming Home, 1978), Terence Stamp and Trent Ford star in this film based on the true story of the Mountain meadows Massacre - the brutal murder of 120 men, women and children on September 11, 1857, as their wagon train passed through Utah on its way to California. The question of whether the attack was carried out by local Paiute Indians or by a renegade sect of the Mormon church remains unresolved to this day.

Set against the breathtaking beauty of the Utah mountains, September Dawn explores what might have happened when the ill-fated settlers stopped near Cedar City to rest before completing the last leg of their journey. Local Mormon Bishop Jacob Samuelson (Vought) is suspicious of the group, so he dispatches his eldest son Jonathan (Ford) to spy on them. Jonathan soon falls in love with an angelic member of the wagon train, the minister's daughter Emily (Tamara Hope), and is horrified when he discovers that his father thinks the settlers are enemies of the church and is planning an attack on them.

While Jonathan makes plans to escape with Emily, his father sets in motion a chain of events, fueled by revenge and fanaticism, which culminates in a violent and tragic ambush.