Still Mine Reviews
Cromwell's character lives on a 2,000 acre farm with his wife, who is beginning to loser her memory and physical abilities. In an effort to keep that marriage going, he decides to build a small home on the property. He encounters problem after problem when dealing with government regulations. It becomes a question of how all the micromanaging can affect us. Even when he proves his work's value, it's still not good enough for the government. How can that be?
So finally, it's a movie about principle. What do you do when you know you're right and doing something for the right reasons. It's slow and the characters never to a terrible lot, but it's just a nice drama.
Hollywood should make more of these type of movies instead of some of the crap they crank out. Bravo!