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Not wonderful, simply passable and forgettable.
Simple enough movie about small town life, greed, and the trials & tribulations of that life. One thing I do agree with, I've always hated that small town mentality about "outsiders"... It's all bullshit.
Not much story too this film. It dabs a little bit here and there but never paints a whole picture.
A excellent independent film with a few big name stars. Excellent mix of drama, comedy, and mystery.
very strange and boring movie
Reminds me of the TV series "Northern Exposure" with its highlighting of small town life and characters. Also, the main character as a foreign import to the town is similar. I watch it often for the comedic touches and feel good ending.
I felt the movie was brilliant. The movie's pace matches the atmosphere of a small isolated town. The struggles of the characters are very real and accurate, if not a crowd pleaser. It's a rather deep, but not noisy film.
I really enjoyed this film. It was quirky, the characters were engaging, and had a satisfying ending.
A new favorite movie for my list. soulful and tender. A Canadian film at it's best.
There's not much better than unexpectedly running across a quiet, quirky film that tells a great story.