St. Nick (2011)
St. Nick is the story of a brother and sister on the run. They've left their home for some unknown reason and are living in the woods, hiding in barns and sheds, doing what they can to survive. As the bitter Texas winter sets in, they strike up residence in an abandoned country house and, for a brief, happy period, manage to escape the harsh realities of their circumstances. --(c) Official Site
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Critic Reviews for St. Nick
A potentially stifling ambience is deflected by quiet suspense and the awe-inspiring compositions of the cinematographer, Clay Liford.
Real-life siblings Tucker and Savanna Sears deliver concentrated, totally unself-conscious perfs.
Like a child bluffing at knowing a secret, St. Nick teases and frustrates.
Audience Reviews for St. Nick
You get the point early on, and the lack of dialogue or conventional plot structure may test most audiences' patience, but if you're open to it, St. Nick is an absorbing and beautifully made picture in the same tradition as Yasujiro Ozu, Terrence Malick and Gus van Sant's more ambitious works. This is a sad look at street kids surviving day by day, having to grow up way too soon.More
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