Nathan Fontyn’s review published on Letterboxd:
The biggest little documentary about farming. I wondered why something like this got a significant theatrical release. Turns out it's because it's pretty good. Educates the hardships of farming and keeping up with nature for those like me who are less knowledgeable about the lifestyle, and also provides plenty of wholesome animal content to lighten the mood. The ending is surprisingly moving, enough to make a grown man sitting near me sob quite loudly actually.
Not sure why this took so long to get to Australia, it debuted in 2018 and got released here in January 2020. It's still showing 3 months later, and I'm very glad I made the spontaneous decision to go see it.