Garret Dillahunt, Donal Logue, Molly Parker
Nerve splintering drama about man’s dual capacity for compassion and violence.
Lonely veteran Sherman Oliver (Garret Dillahunt) travels to a rural town to reconnect with Franklin Page (Donal Logue), a soldier who saved his life during the war. But an insurmountable gulf has developed between the two men and the disparity in their post war lives quickly causes tension and reawakens uncomfortable feelings that Page wishes could stay buried. The dramatic tension is steadily built with powerful precision and little relief in this superb independent film.
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