"In our family, there was no clear line between religion and fly fishing."
Robert Redford's A River Runs Through It is quite possibly the most tranquil and relaxing movie ever made. There's not a great deal of plot, just the quiet observations of the author's life in Montana with his brother, perfecting the art of fly fishing. It flows along like a stream, meandering along it's winding course. It's the kind of movie they don't really make much, it took a Hollywood heavyweight like Redford to get it made.
It does have a downbeat ending, which comes after so many scenes of happiness that it spoils it all, a little. Still, it's too well-made not to see, and the acting, cinematography and score are all top notch.