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"While dialogue is sparse, this small cast frequently uses body language and facial gestures to convey the shifting tides of their emotions. Veteran cinematographer Keith Dunkerley leverages the sweeping vistas and natural beauty of the open road to create the perfect backdrop for the motorcyclist’s long trip. Composer Sten Bowen makes his film debut with a fine score that parallels the personal journey of self-awareness undertaken by the film’s lead. As the bulk of the action is borne by Jeffrey Doornbos, viewers will appreciate how effectively he conveys Preston Avery’s profound suffering and the start of his eventual return to a life with meaning and purpose. All of us who have mourned the passing of a loved one should be moved by this performance as we recall our own feelings during this sad period in our respective lives. A well-done indie film that has made the festival rounds and is quite worth watching."
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