26 January 2013. It's hard to avoid the preferential bias of having loved and experienced Sedona, Arizona a number of years back and watching this movie which only offered tantalizing but only fragmentary tidbits of better times. Nevertheless with a resonating Southwestern soundtrack, the vortex energy radiating mysteriously in the background this simple, yet at times realistically pungent examination of frantic individuals at their wits end, the brotherly banter, the movie comes close to boringly real...a great home movie. Yet underneath it all there is a genuine emotive connectivity in this movie that offers touching moments along with the oftentimes traditional message of slowing down and making peace with one's self, something that Sedona in real life actually can offer. With no pat ending, leaving a huge mystery left open to speculation, this movie is to be appreciated for its simple, but revealing story of intersecting lines. It's hard to compare this movie to others because it's really doesn't follow the usual action, compelling, riveting narrative. Instead we are offered the spectacular landscapes, the mystical, and the ordinary but meaningful human interactions that make life worthwhile.