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They sang once from a british band in the 1980's, and this nz rural farmers realism feature film, are basic stuff, and it a low budget, but still a film that you canrelate to on the human level. the premises, the farm, is all thats needed to make a farm film, you put some actors on the location and well its a film.
loss and grief are the main topic, and the story delves into the sensations with bravour. not the screamingly meltdown sorrow, just the calm self absorbing grumpy old man have always been kinda sorrow..
grief does usually mend itself over the years and the way things develop between father and son gives high hopes for the future.
its a farm film, but also a film on the human mind, so you wont regret having a look.the grumpy old man did and it felt ok.
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