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I really enjoyed this moving- from the gripping plot to the stunning cinematography. I haven't seen any of the Phillips brother's other works, but the lead actor (Graham Phillips) was incredibly relatable and did such a good job at bringing out the human side of Kip. Male protagonists these days are all too often portrayed as perfect manly men, but Phillips did an incredible job of feeling honest and adding raw grit to the character.
This movie could not be more fair.
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