Exclusive Clip: The Padre Shows Nick Nolte and Luis Guzman Suspect Their Con Man Hides In A Church



The hunt for a padre is on.

The Padre stars Nick Nolte, Luis Guzman and Tim Roth in the action-packed movie about a small-time con man running from a retired U.S. judge Randall Nemes and his hired gun, Gaspar. The con man flees into a small Colombian town. The two justice-seekers would then only be thrown off-course by a scrappy 16-year-old local girl intending to be reunited with her little sister in America.

LRM Online has an exclusive clip from the film that shows the interaction from Nolte and Guzman as the judge and hired gun.

The film will be in select theaters on September 28. It is already available on digital and VOD.

Watch the exclusive clip above

Source: LRM Exclusive

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