A father and son face increasingly vicious, erotic and surreal harassment on a trip to the wilderness of eastern Washington. This is modern man gone camping, forced to find survival in the most primal of places - himself - and discover that survival never comes alone.Written by
Johan Liedren's film presents itself within the frame work of a horror film. An unnamed father attempts to secure some alone time with his son. The plan is camping, but surrounding factors soon alter the father's plans.
"Mother Nature" is a surrealistic journey that pushes a man to the very core of identity. That core is surprising and primordial. Often surreal and always visceral-- this film offers more than a few unexpected turns.
Trevor Fife's cinematography and Ben Lukas Boysen's musical score are utilized to craft an intense film experience. Phillip Roebuck's performance as "Father" is brilliant. Nothing about this film signals low budget. It is an unforgettable cinematic work.
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