This is a farmer film that's both realistic and honest. We meet an older man with his two sons.
Their farm seem to be most of their lives, but there is room for some personal dramas as well.
It felt like I had seen it before. Nothing new here but not much wrong either. Maybe it hasn't aged well or maybe it never really interested me, because I was never really pleased with this film.
Quite flat, slow, few interesting turns and lack of charm.
It's pretty sad and heartbreaking, and it's not a poor film, but it never really comes alive and it failed to get me.
5 out of 10 tomato juice beers.
Slow-moving indie with great actors, but a plot that more belongs in a made-for-TV flick.