The Accountant (2001 film)
|Directed by||Ray McKinnon|
|Produced by||Walton Goggins|
|Written by||Ray McKinnon|
|Music by||Rusty Andrews|
|Cinematography||Blake B. Jackson|
|Edited by||Joan Sobel|
The Accountant is a 2001 American short comedy film directed by Ray McKinnon. It won an Academy Award at the 74th Academy Awards in 2002 for McKinnon and his wife Lisa Blount for Best Short Subject.
The film tells the story of an accountant whose mathematical skills just might save the O'Dell family farm. The accountant takes the O'Dell brothers on a journey that explores the plight of America’s family farms and hidden corporate conspiracies.
The film was released on video and DVD on November 3, 2009.
- Ray McKinnon as The Accountant
- Walton Goggins as Tommy O'Dell (as Walt Goggins)
- Eddie King as David O'Dell
- Gary Richardson as One-armed farmer
- Nick Sakai as Vanessa's Driver (uncredited)
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