Amid all the rowdy buddy bonding, Hughen and Hudson are not afraid to let their cameras linger (on the pearly ripple of cold water over rock, on the wafting green overgrowth of a riverbank) and paint the lovely stillness and majesty of the world where men and fish coexist.
Not surprisingly the breathtaking, painterly nature of their cinematography has won cheers wherever the film has played. Its trailer alone won the 2010 “Movie of the Year” award from The Drake Magazine, and the full 70-minute film went on to premiere at the 2012 SXSW Film Festival, where it won the “Audience Award.” In October, it screened at the 21st Annual Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival.
- Dennis King
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