A plains-woman faces the harshness and isolation of the untamed land in the Western frontier of the late 1800s.

Chuck says: Director Emma Tammi does a fine job of creating an atmosphere of loneliness and desolation in creating the single home outposts of the American West where the characters live.  A solid performance from Caitlin Gerard as an abandoned woman who slowly loses her mind trying to survive on the open plains anchors this film and helps us stick with it when the script reaches its rough patches.  Unfortunately, while there are many good ideas here, very few of them are developed fully.


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