The first poster on display is a stylized illustration giving an evocative hint at the tenor of the piece, while the other is a daguerrotype-style profile portrait of Barlow Jacobs, who plays the estranged, Civil War vet brother of Martha (Clare Bowen of "Nashville" fame), who is looking to sell the farm and head to San Francisco. Overall, the posters reflect the vintage yet modern approach the film takes to the material.
Our review of the movie described it as "a meditation on morality, survival and the sometimes tenuous ties that bind families together," and "a moody, violent, classic, yet modern Western." The directorial debut of Jared Moshé is now playing in limited release. Be sure to track it down.