Michael Haskins requested herbal cigarettes for his character Jack, as he had been a former smoker. However, director David Higgins asked him to switch to regular cigarettes after the cast and crew reported nausea and headaches cased by the herbal smoke on set. He happily agreed. See more »
This is a great debut film from David Higgins. The cinematography is exceptional, the music top notch and the acting is amazing. It is an indie film that feels like a studio movie. 1950's noir and beautiful Nebraska landscapes, truly terrific.
The story is an in depth look into what the lives of 3 WWII veterans were like upon returning from the war. After the murder of a young girl, these men as well as the town in which they dwell is thrown into a dark downward spiral of lust, love, betrayal and violence. As the poster says, "There will be blood."
A very wonderful film with a great story. It's not action packed, but it will make you think as well as empathize with veterans of all wars.
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