95 min minutes

A roadside accident brings together a father and his two sons, along with a vapor trail of regrets and emotional baggage. Detailing a situation that wouldn't be out of place in a Springsteen song, writer/director/editor Rafaƫl Ouellet brings a knowing, lived-in quality to his material, without ever condescending or inflating the nobility of a rural blue-collar existence. (Few movies have better displayed the feeling of same old, same old.) It's touching, finely tuned, and at its best when it captures the hypnotic, lulling quality of watching others work. (ANDREW WRIGHT)

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Film Credits
Rafaël Ouellet
SIFF 2013