Henry and Fay's son Ned sets out to find and kill his father for destroying his mother's life. But his aims are frustrated by the troublesome Susan, whose connection to Henry predates even his arrival in the lives of the Rifle family.
excellent acting frees the viewer to ponder this story's version of life ...
nothing trite or obvious... even the editing is refreshing, leaving out the things you already know and don't need to be shown, takes you to the next moment instead
my favorite line:
(set-up: two guys from the city are staying in a trailer overnight where a man is welding long into the night... one gets back onto his sleeping pad, says "be glad when we get back to America" his friend replies...)
"Barry, you can't preach the virtue of diversity and then put restrictions on what that is."
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