Two college students, one white and one black, share a ride home from college. When their car breaks down in a small town in Idaho, they unsuspectingly stumble upon a white supremacist ... See full summary »
Gregory C. Haynes,
I really liked this film. It had a very real feel to it and had some great scenes and funny characters. Piper Laurie was wonderful as the matriarch of the family. And there were some very funny and very touching moments between the couple who is getting divorced. It did seem as if it was made on a pretty low budget, but I thought the acting was well done and the story had a lot of surprises in it. I hadn't seen Piper Laurie in anything in quite awhile and she shows a quite unexpected side to her in this film. I think the sort of people who would like this film are those who like realistic but funny slice-of-life films and also anyone who likes Irish music.
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