grasonpoling’s review published on Letterboxd:
Truthfully, I don’t have much to say. The story (and the folks that peopled it) felt as wispy and frail as the wheat. Beautiful and prone to getting knocked down by any number of things. The voiceovers very-near wrecked me.
The sun looks ghostly when there’s a mist on a river and everything is quiet. I never know’d it before.