Really good indie film. True story of an NC sheriff.
Earl Owensby is very believable as the sheriff who runs the county by "Damon's Law" -- passion, justice, soft heart (when necessary), and lots of good ol' common sense. Some GREAT, classic scenes that make it a stand-out among indies.
The film was just begging to be the makings of a pilot for a TV series that would've shot Earl to the REALLY "big" time, if one can say that. Any man who's been profiled on "60 Minutes" and had feature articles written about him in "Esquire", "GQ", and the L.A. Times has made it to the top in my book.
Make more films, Earl. You're not done yet!
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