20 January 2020 | bluenanogram
Quite good and true to form for people who live in communities of West Virginia
This is not an action packed, jam it down your throat with over the top CG or hyped up bedroom scenes, folks. This is a film about people and communities. Tom Wopat, always a thought-provoking actor, delivers quiet determination and seriousness to his role, and Barbara Mandrell uses facial expression, rather than booty output to bring this story to life. In short: WATCH IT, it's very good!!! And also, fairly true to form for most everyone that is familiar with the whole state of West Virginia and the problems with coal mining and how communities and people are treated there. The script is reasonably good, but far better than the crap advertised as "entertainment" on today's movies.