18 January 2019 | kcterrell-25046
A Passing Time Touching Doc
Make no mistake. This is not a docudrama. It's a straight forward documentary. But it is well made for an Indie film. It's amazing to see that real people keep alive the real old west. There's a lot of good music, good jokes (ala updated OD Cleaver stories), a lot of love, and a lot of respect for the old ways. I found that for two hours I could let my mind roam across other old thoughts and still pay attention to what is going on in the film. It's 100% real and pretty well directed. The time lapse cinematographic of the land is easy and cheap, but really adds to the appreciation of the sense of the film. The film gets a little boring at times, but depending on what you want to watch to pass your time, learn something and enjoy this two hours. It's a one-time watcher, but not a waste of time.