The Judge was filmed in the United States of America.
Scene where The three brothers go out to have a drink. At the bar Hank meets Carla.
Scene was shot The fictional town of Carlinville, Indiana is actually Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts. And the movie makes you believe there is a bar at the corner off Bridge Street and Water Street. But in real life there is an used clothing store located at this spot.
GPS: ['42.6037406921387', '-72.7396392822266']
Scene where Hank and his father are drinking on the porch of the house and finally are having a good conversation.
Scene was shot This is a private residence. Please respect the privacy of the people who live here.
GPS: ['42.2633514404297', '-71.0692825317383']
Norfolk County Superior Court
Scene where Hank arrives at the courthouse and sees how C.P. has to throw up because of the nerves.
Scene was shot The building is a well-preserved Greek Revival courthouse of the 1820s. The building was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1972.
GPS: ['42.2488098144531', '-71.1759567260742']
Scene where Hank goes to the Flying Deer Pub to get a breakfast. His father and brothers have left him a the house. When they leave to go off to the funeral, Hank meets Sam and realizes she is still working at the restaurant in town.
Scene was shot In real life there is no restaurant located at this place.
GPS: ['42.6026229858398', '-72.7389678955078']
Salmon Falls Gallery
Scene where Robert Downey Jr. Hank arrives at the restaurant.
Scene was shot For the exterior shot of the Flying Deer Diner they used a different building: Salmon Falls Gallery. That is located at 1 Ashfield St, Shelburne Falls, just across the Iron Bridge. But they took the shot using the camera angle on Green Street.
GPS: ['42.6021347045898', '-72.7421035766602']