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Written by Guy Clark and Verlon Thompson
Performed by Guy Clark
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A tedious and pointless film, quite literally, about NOTHING....
I was massively relieved when this film finally ended, after having endured the director's apparent reluctance to edit out any parts of long pointless film sequences of snow melting (or not melting), horses being fed, people saying little or nothing at all and then having no real end to speak of. If this was intended to be a film about three very uninteresting women with boring lives then it succeeds. To be avoided.....
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