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The beauty of the land cannot mask the brutality of a farm town. As harvest draws near, Betty confronts a terrifying new reality and will go to desperate lengths to save her family when they are threatened with being forced from their land. An old friend, struggling to keep his own farm profitable by any means necessary-offers Betty a way out. She refuses to get involved, but as the pressures mount for her family and they are on the brink of eviction, her husband, Frank, reveals that he is seriously ill. How far will one to go to take care of one's own? Recalling all that is heartland Americana, this film combines an ecological urgency with a compelling yet sensitive story.Written by
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The film as a whole has great pace and makes you fall in love with middle America Farmland and the people who work it. It is a very honest look at middle to lower class farmers, American families, nature and corporate America. The acting was superb from all of the actors. They brought me into their world and showed me around. The Director, Kimberly Levin, took care of me as an audience member and got her very specific point of view across without beating me over the head with it (which was so refreshing). I cannot believe this is Kimberly Levin's first feature. It is superb! It is painfully beautiful and real, in the best way possible.
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