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A hard-pressed farmer brings in a mysterious accountant with a knack for numbers and a love of beer. Will his skills save the family farm' 2001 Academy Award Winner for Best Short Film, this 40 minute feature stars Ray McKinnon (O Brother Where Art Thou, Deadwood, Blindside and Walton Goggins (Justified, The Shield, The Hateful Eight, Tomb Raider, Vice Principals).
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The music is great. The songs that bookend the film (Jimmie Dale Gilmore with "Mack the Knife" at the beginning and Michael Hurley's "I Paint a Design" at the end) are perfect. What's even wilder than everything else is the film has a message and it's beautifully delivered. I'm thoroughly impressed. As a Southerner, it's comforting to find something this good and honest that deals with being a Southerner. Films that try are usually filled with stereotypes with bad accents. These three men nailed it in such a way I've never seen before and it's refreshing.
My only complaint about this DVD is that it does not have a single extra. It's just the film with chapter stops. A commentary track would have been a nice bonus. Still, the film is highly entertaining on its own and is worth the few bucks I paid for it. Fans of any of these three guys should not be disappointed in this.
McKinnon and Goggins made another movie together, "Randy and the Mob", which is also very entertaining and off beat. I hope their partnership continues for a long time.