In the entry in the dictionary for the word scattershot, there should be a copy of the movie poster of "Goats, as aimless it can be, emphasizing the strange places some of us have to go for our Vera Farmiga fix. So, maybe you can't make a very good movie involving goats. The important thing is the movie is also brimming with non sequiturs which in the right place, namely here, can be sort of fun, as the movie follows a teenager coming of age and choosing who he wants to be while being torn between two very different lifestyles. And it does not hurt that David Duchovny gives a surprisingly relaxed performance while Keri Russell proves that "The Americans" is no fluke.
"I've been breeding noneco intrusive goats for the bio spirt, plus, rescue goats that are trained to sniff survivers out of the rubble in a desaster, um, desaster goats."-Goat Man (David Duchovny)
I'd take a trek with Duchovny any goat stinking day. Felt I have some things in common with this one.