Fur trappers Abel and Henry Iron struggle to make a living in a dying industry in the Rocky Mountains. Following in their late father's footsteps, they travel the mountains searching for beaver, carving out a meager existence in the western wilderness. When Abel encounters a band of Shoshone Indians, a misunderstanding leaves one indian dead and the Iron Brothers on the run. Together, Abel and Henry flee into the mountains to escape the warriors that are pursuing them. In the end, they will learn if the bond of brotherhood is enough to save them.
A hidden gem.
Costuming. 10. Atmosphere /Settings 8 Cinematography 8. Acting 7. Direction 7. Character Development 7. Storyline 7. Overall I would give this an 8 for effort. Soundtrack 10. Solid 6 to 8 7overall. I like this film. I admire the dedication of the filmmakers. My Son graduated from North Carolina Shool of the Arts and has made some films. I credit the filmakers for such sincere dedication to the craft. I feel this movie deserves viewing. I don't find the characters reprehensible in the context of history. I think the storytelling arc is better than some main stream crap I've watched. I would give it a watch. Remember ,everyone starts somewhere.
- Nov 26, 2020
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