Listen, I'm not trying to be like those proclaimed hipsters who are completely into the sub culture you've never heard of and think they are better than anyone else. That's not what I'm here to do. What I really do want though, is to bring to light some of films most underappreciated movies, that you've probably never heard of, so that you can go home and have something intelligent to watch. You can thank me now. =]
Featuring a cast almost entirely comprised of “hey, it’s that guy!”s — with the notable exceptions of Alex Kingston (River!), Alan Cumming and one or two others — Ali Selim’s simply stunning (in that it is both simple and visually stunning) tribute to love, land and post-World War I Americana tells the story of Inge and Olaf: a German mail-order bride and her newly American farmer/husband-to-be.