The Green Mile is a 1999 drama film directed by Frank Darabont and adapted from the 1996 novel of the same name by Stephen King. The film stars Tom Hanks, Michael Clarke Duncan, and David Morse, and tells the story of a group of death row inmates and the guards who oversee them in the 1930s. The film focuses on the relationship between Paul Edgecomb (Hanks), the head guard, and John Coffey (Duncan), a prisoner with supernatural powers who is sentenced to death for the murder of two young girls.
The Green Mile was a critical and commercial success, and received four Academy Award nominations, including Best Supporting Actor for Duncan. It is known for its emotional depth, strong performances, and thought-provoking themes.