Majority of the movie filmed on historic Cole Ranch just outside of Denton. See more »
Evalita's silver belt continuously appears and disappears while she's singing "Daddy You Can't Blame Me." See more »
[about Orville and Evalita getting stuck under an outhouse as children]
I never vomited so hard in all my life. There I was hosin' ya down, the two of ya buck nekkid and covered in doo doo from head to toe.
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What A Love's Supposed To Be
Written and Performed by Kimmle Rhodes
Published by Joe Garcey and Pedernales Music / BMI See more »
The characters represent a variety of small town stereotypes that many will be quick to recognize. This humorous look at family dysfunction, love, culture and catharsis is touching and often painfully accurate. The movie shows how one family can produce a wide variety of personalities which come into conflict as each grows older and confronts their own life issues. Moreover it demonstrates how difficult it is for each to trust and understand the motives of the others. Rheinhold provides an interesting catalyst as the incarnation of an outward focused stereotype of "big city" loose morals.
It reminds me of so many family get togethers where misconstrued intentions, conflictive personalities and misunderstanding overshadow shared history and love. Though not well known, it is my favorite movie.
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