Like many traditional-minded people of this era, I have become disenchanted with products of the modern movie industry which are mostly either filth, silliness, or formulaic pablum. To my fortunate surprise, I recently stumbled upon a gem of a movie from 2017 called Abundant Acreage Available. Written and directed by NC native Angus MacLachlan, the entire film takes place in the field and home of a small North Carolina tobacco farm. The uncluttered, serene setting is ideal for highlighting the film’s dialogue, thus putting intense focus on a simultaneously mundane and momentous episode impacting the lives of two families.
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