Filming has wrapped on the movie Kyra Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon have been making in Rhode Island and now the movie's location has been revealed. Since early July, the cast and crew have been spending most of their days at Robin Hollow Farm in Saunderstown, Rhode Island and clearly enjoyed it there.

In a new video shared on the Robin Hollow Farm Facebook page, Bacon recorded a sweet thank you to the farm and its staff and encouraged fans to check the place out if they ever find themselves in Rhode Island – and plugs its floral business as well.

Bacon and Sedgwick were spotted several times this summer grabbing iced coffees and even some classic Del's Lemonade locally, but where their film was being shot was never released, until now.

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Tucked away on Gilbert Stuart Road just by Upper Pond, Robin Hollow Farm is four acres of gorgeous flowers and a wedding venue to boot. The farm specializes in hosting and decorating weddings and from reviews and photos, it does an amazing job.

Robin Hollow Farm via Facebook

Just because you aren't getting married, it doesn't mean you can't get your hands on these beautiful blooms. Though I wish I could say they have pick-your-own flowers, but alas they do not. The farm is actually only open for pre-scheduled tours. They do, however, bring floral arrangements to local farmer's markets every week in the summer and early fall and sell bouquets and more for all sorts of occasions most months of the year.

Robin Hollow Farm via Facebook

The place seems stunning and I can totally see why Sedgwick picked this farm as the location for her second directorial effort, Space Oddity. Clearly, Bacon enjoyed his time filming here as well, since he made them that shoutout video and all. We have to wait until sometime in 2022 for the film to be released, but we can see video of this gorgeous farm right now.

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