Saturday, December 15, 2007

Dead River Rough Cut

a Searls and Silverstein production
60 min. DVD
"Most requested" film at the Maine State Prison
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Bob Wagg and Walter Lane live in a tarpaper shack, hunting, fishing, trapping and logging with oxen. They prefer the sounds of birds to the roar of highway traffic, and scorn the money-chasing syndrome of city life.
Covering a period of four seasons in the remote backwoods of Maine, Dead River Rough Cut presents a revealing look at an individual way of life. Wagg and Lane earn a living and accept their isolation for the independence it allows them. But not everyone would want to draw water from a hole in the ice.
They share their reflections about women, politics, taxes, the lone life and death.

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