The ideas behind SPITFIRE are more interesting than the film itself. An ornery Backcountry woman finds and subsiquently has her newfound faith tested when she's mistaken for a witch. It has some tragic, hard-hitting moments that dig into what prayers and faith ultimately mean.
At least...they should be hard-hitting and tragic.
Unfortunately SPITFIRE is incredibly dull, restrained to the format of the play it's based on. The whole thing kind of lolligags its way along in two locations, characters weaving in and out without really going anywhere. And to top it all off is a pointless, forced love triangle of sorts that basically pads out the already lengthy running time.
It's too bad, because in addition to the potentially interesting…