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"Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman" is an involving film that tells a more complicated story than its unexciting title would indicate.
Impressive aerial shots of scenic splendors, as well as Tom Brokaw's narration - that voice now a sort of craggy edifice in itself - tie together this episodic feature into a polished and entertaining if conventional whole.
A slick, visually commanding production, divided into three sections that correspond to its title.
Solid conservation documentary.
While this movie does have encouraging news about people fighting to preserve wilderness, soil and fisheries at the local level, there are signs of political and global changes afoot that may end up undoing most of what they have accomplished.
The film is stunningly beautiful. It doesn't flinch from the more brutal aspects of fishing and agriculture, but it captures classic American landscapes with a sense of awe rarely present in films set in the modern age.
An exclusionary narrative that refuses to reckon with the large-scale problems the film's protagonists are ultimately fighting against.
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