This movie is a take-off of the prodigal son story in the Bible. One son leaves home and returns to a welcome party that leaves a bad taste in the mouth of the son that stayed. The movie accurately represents dairy-farming and small town life. It uses the harvest as a metaphor for drawing out the best in people and offering forgiveness. With a positive message and solid storytelling, this is a film to see.
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Our promo videos for the Rice Lake Public Library. You can find more videos by the library on their YouTube.
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