When I learned that this was by the same director, Debra Granik ,as Winter's Bones (one of my all time favorite films) I knew I had to see this. It doesn't disappoint. The relationship between the father and daughter is beautiful and sweet, and we pull for these characters to pull through. The daughter was played brilliantly in an understated performance by Thomasin McKenzie.
There is beautiful and stunning scenery in the Pacific Northwest and the story is sublime about family relationships, mental health and loyalty.
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