Dec 6, 2005
Mar 12, 2005
Not only do you feel like you know Sheriff Hewett, but you realize that fighting crime is more problem-solving than gun-slinging.
Mar 10, 2005
Kraus' short, no-frills documentary is a model of fly-on-the-wall filmmaking.
Mar 10, 2005
An admirably realistic portrait of police life, pointedly different from the sensationalism of TV's Cops.
Mar 10, 2005
Some of the material is dramatic, other bits are dull.
Mar 10, 2005
Sheriff may have a point to make about the impact of family, roots and religion on the changing face of rural America, but the film, while admirably restrained and competently made, is too polite to clarify that.
Mar 9, 2005
Kraus seems determined to juxtapose the serenity of Hewett's downtime with the thrills of the dirty work, but as seen in the film it's all the same.