A dramedy about a recently widowed woman, living on a buffalo ranch in central Kansas, who hires a Norwegian soccer player to be a male au pair and help her raise two sons.
I was fortunate enough to be part of a private screening of this movie along with a group of people from our local PFLAG chapter. While I must admit, I was a bit dubious about the plot and the fact that Traci Lords was in it (I kept hearing 1970’s porn music in my head…). However, I was truly surprised to learn that this independently-made movie was touching and quite realistic. There was romance, and many of the actors ran the gamut of emotions, doing it quite well. The plot was wonderfully written, and even a bit surprising. I think that the actors cast were nearly perfect for their roles. The movie was beautifully shot, and played with the quality and look of a multi-million dollar blockbuster. The soundtrack went well with the scenery and is one I’d actually put on MY iPod! Best of all, this movie touched on very real, very current issues in our society. I think the writer/director did a fantastic job of keeping this aspect of the film very real and appropriate. This film made me laugh, cry, and was thought-provoking in many ways. I’d highly recommend it!
Director: J.T. O’Neal
Writer: J.T. O’Neal (screenplay)
Stars: Traci Lords, Håvard Lilleheie, Spencer Daniels
Country of origin: United States
Filming locations: Lindsborg, Kansas, USA
Format : Matroska
Format version : Version 4
File size : 6.51 GiB
Duration : 1 h 34 min
Overall bit rate : 9 814 kb/s
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