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From the frozen plains of North Dakota comes this WONDERFULLY BIZARRE story about three people searching for love in the oddest ways. --SUNDANCE INSTITUTE
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The tale takes place in the frozen land known as North Dakota. As depicted here, the isolation and emptiness makes it feel a bit more like the Arctic! A drifter (Jeremy Clark) happens upon a traveler (Garth Blomberg) lying in the middle of the road in the process of freezing to death. He thaws the fellow off but not before perusing his personal belongings. He is intrigued by a series of love letters from a woman in a local prison. Socially awkward and in desperate need of company, he starts to idealize the notion of romancing the lady who sent the letters. So he hatches a scheme to meet her. Holly Lynn Ellis plays the woman in question and is an interesting mix of quirk and vulnerability. The two embark on a strange courtship.Read more ›
Like another movie set in North Dakota (Fargo), Prairie Love depends on the stark backdrop of the landscape, in this case, desolate prairie in winter, to drive much of its plot.
Just the basics of the story: A drifter driving along a lonesome road in the middle of nowhere, dead of winter, comes across a body lying in the road in front of a pickup with the hood up.
Drifter drags the body into his pick-up, along with a small satchel, and discovers a wad of love letters inside written to a woman in prison. Eventually, the "body" recovers from the cold and turns out he's still alive. What's more, he was on his way to meet the girl for the very first time after a 3-year penpal relationship, when his truck broke down.
The drifter has other plans, decides he wants to meet the girl and figures she'll never know the difference.
This was a strange movie, one where you're not exactly sure what happened at the end, or what the characters were thinking. Or, for that matter, the significance of the dead deer that keeps pulling a disappearing act.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Put on your sweats and make a hotrip toddy. These people quietly reel you in and slowly expose a plot that is sweeter for the wait.Published 2 months ago by Ladidot
Tries too hard to be bleak. A lot of stumbling around in the snow out in fields when they could just as easily be walking on a plowed road.Published 2 months ago by Buddy1492
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