TV-G | | Drama
An old traditional family and a modern family battle over land in a small English village and almost destroy each other.
The title comes from a slang phrase for "an unscrupulous business operation." Although this is a British movie, the term is considered American and dates back to just after the American Civil War (1865-1870). (Not to be confused with the similar-sounding monetary aphorism, "to have skin in the game," which refers to someone who has invested heavily in a business deal or wager.)
Hello. I say, I see they're cutting down the trees in Longmeadow.