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Cold November (2017)

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A midwestern matriarchy guides 12-year-old florence through the rite-of-passage of her first deer hunt.

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Karl Jacob

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Karl Jacob
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Credited cast:
Bijou Abas ... Florence
Karl Jacob ... Craig
Anna Klemp ... Amanda
Heidi Fellner ... Mia
Mary Kay Fortier-Spalding Mary Kay Fortier-Spalding ... Georgia
Alaina Lucy Rivera Alaina Lucy Rivera ... Sweeney
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Raymond Brandstrom Raymond Brandstrom ... Dwayne
Tanner Cape Tanner Cape ... Student
Bill Cooper ... Mr. Bill
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A 12-year-old girl being raised within a matriarchal household is taken through the right of passage of killing a deer for the first time. Expectations dissolve into chaos, and Florence finds herself alone, relying on instinct and training to follow through with her decisions, pull herself together, and face becoming an adult in the North American wilderness. Written by Karl Jacob

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Drama | Family | Thriller

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USA

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English

Release Date:

20 October 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Hibbing, Minnesota, USA

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Original Take on Female Coming-of-Age Story
21 March 2018 | by Mr. GoreSee all my reviews

Cold November is a unique coming-of-age tale from the perspective of a young girl in a matrilineal family. Exploring activities usually portrayed by male characters in movies, it is a refreshing approach on themes without the familiar gender bias. It deftly blends hunting, familial rites of passage, and the biological maturity of becoming a woman. It functions as a tone poem, with a contemplative exploration, focusing on quiet moments, and it explores the internal struggles of coming into one's own place in a family and, in a greater sense, society.


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