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Troy Maxson was a talented baseball player in the Negro Leagues who came along when Major League Baseball was still segregated. Now it’s 1957 and he’s a trash collector in Pittsburgh, living with his wife, Rose; his son, Cory; and his psychologically damaged brother, Gabriel. He’s a man of great dignity with a strong work ethic and even stronger convictions; he is also rigid, angry at the hand he’s been dealt, and prone to violent outbursts. His thoughtless actions and uncompromising attitudes lead to devastating consequences for his family.
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