I like movies about hiking, etc.
This review is solely about the practicality of castrating cattle such as Phil did:
So I did my own research on this one and, yes, he should have been wearing gloves— cattle nuts, especially those during the early-mid 20’s when veterinarian medicine was in its infantile stages (especially in regards to testicles), can carry over 750 different diseases in said testes. Also, the tensile strength of the spermatic cord of a mature steer (1,000-3,000lbs) is roughly 180 psi, meaning that…
Paul Raci gives an incredible performance.
Truly what I’m looking for in a movie. A tribute to the recoup, rebuild, retire, and relearn. People in band are sheltered which means they aren’t so susceptible to the outside, which leads them to growth others can’t comprehend. It’s a mix of East and West Philo that resonates.
Hearing the world through what is going on in his head is a huge part of the film, and not what most want to generally hear in a film as it can be off-putting — and that’s to shame!