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Based on the true story of Matthew Winkler, a beloved minister who, in 2006, was found shot and killed in his Selmer, Tennessee home, his wife and young daughters missing. Authorities soon zeroed in on Matthew's wife, Mary, as the prime suspect in the murder. After her capture, the residents of Selmer were left to wonder what would drive Mary to shoot her husband in the back as he slept. They would get their answers during her trial, when what went on behind the closed doors of this seemingly perfect family was revealed for all to see.

  1. Norma Bailey

    Director

  2. Robert L. Freedman

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Rose McGowan

    Rose McGowan

    Mary Winkler

  2. Martin Cummins

    Martin Cummins

    Steve Farese Sr.

  3. Julia Sarah Stone

    Julia Sarah Stone

    Hannah Winkler

  4. Lilah Fitzgerald

    Lilah Fitzgerald

    Emily Winkler

  5. Eric Keenleyside

    Eric Keenleyside

    Dan Winkler

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The Pastor's Wife
The Pastor's Wife

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Status Released

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  • November 5, 2011
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 27m

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