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I caught this little gem at the Palm Beach international film festival. I enjoyed the film because it took me in a direction I wasn't expecting. The characters led me down a path that was seemingly predictable. As the conclusion unfolded I laughed, cried, and screamed in terror. I was surprised in the films range and depth. It's a film that has well developed characters and a simple but effective way of getting its point across. The film was full of memorable one liners that rank with clerks and swingers. I also enjoyed the cinematography. The film takes place in the woods. It contains great sweeping shots of mountains rivers and cliffs-taking me away from the grubby sidewalks of Los Angeles. I encourage all to watch this film-it's a lot of fun and sure to be an indy classic.
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