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When down-on-his-luck Sam Bailey takes a wrong turn on a remote country road, he ends up with more than a little dirt to wash off his shoes after a miserable farmwife's hope for a better life becomes his worst nightmare. After Sam's greedy Russian wife discovers his deadly secret, she ups the ante with her own crazy plot - playing with Sam's life to cover her bet. The story of a man's absurd gamble to save his innocence; three desperate people who bet everything they have in a brainless high-stakes game of loser-loses-all. Written by
I thought this film was great. I loved the story line and the choice of
folk music used. I actually researched the music after watching the
movie several times. I take a chance and watch indie movies I've never
heard of from time to time and wondered if this would be a good movie.
A few minutes into the movie, I was hooked. I would recommend it to
anyone. It's just a little over an hour long so if you don't like it,
you haven't wasted too much time but I loved it!
My only problem was that this movie has not been watched enough to be
able to do a Google search and find it based on the movie plot. I think
it's a shame that they didn't spend more on publicity so more people
would know about it. Anyway, I liked the movie very much and spent a
lot of time trying to find the title so I could watch it again before I
accidentally ran across it on Netflix again. I won't forget it next
time! I would probably buy this movie if I could find it. Of course, I
do like odd and off the beaten path types of movies. I thought it was
original which is difficult to find these days and I never really
figured out what was going to happen at the end until it was over.
Thanks for a great indie film!!
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