Scotland, PA (2001)

R 03/15/2001 (US) ComedyCrime 1h 44m


Joe McBeth is a hard-working but unambitious doofus who toils at a hamburger stand alongside his wife Pat, who has much smarter. Pat believes she could do better with the place than their boss Norm is doing, so she plans to usurp Norm, convincing Mac to rob the restaurant's safe and then murder Norm, using the robbery as a way of throwing the cops off their trail.

  1. Billy Morrissette

    Director, Writer

  2. William Shakespeare


Top Billed Cast

  1. James Le Gros

    James Le Gros

    Joe 'Mac' McBeth

  2. Maura Tierney

    Maura Tierney

    Pat McBeth

  3. Christopher Walken

    Christopher Walken

    Lieutenant McDuff

  4. Kevin Corrigan

    Kevin Corrigan

    Anthony 'Banko' Banconi

  5. James Rebhorn

    James Rebhorn

    Norm Duncan

  6. Tom Guiry

    Tom Guiry

    Malcolm Duncan

  7. Amy Smart

    Amy Smart


  8. Andy Dick

    Andy Dick

Full Cast & Crew

Scotland, PA
Scotland, PA

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget -

Revenue -


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