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The Divide

USA 2019
produced by
Jo Haskin, Xavier Gerard (executive) for Left for Dead Productions
directed by Perry King
starring Bryan Kaplan, Perry King, Sara Arrington, Levi Kreis, Luke Colombero, Jack McGuinness, David Lundell, Lilli Passero, Brandon Von Aesch, Brendan Wayne, Michael Moerman, Fred Gadberry, Geoffrey Wade
written by Jana F. Brown, music by Jay Ungar, Molly Mason

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Drifter Luke (Bryan Kaplan) has accepted a job as ranchhand at Sam Kincaid's (Perry King) cattle ranch - and soon has to realize he's taken a bigger bite than he can chew on. And it's not so much the work, he's fine with that, it's that Sam starts to show symptoms of Alzheimer's, to the point where he doesn't even recognize Luke, or worse confuses him with someone else. Thing is, when the latter happens, Sam often drops hints that there's some kind of family secret - which he refuses to talk about though in his brighter moments. Now Luke knows that Sam has a daughter, Sarah (Sara Arrington), who has refused to see him in over a decade now - but somehow Luke manages to persuade herto stop by as her father's condition is worsening. When she does, she brings her son C.J. (Luke Colombero), whom Sam has never even seen, and she and Sam are slowly rekindling things, and yet there still seems to be an elephant in the room, and Luke knows to have the two of them make up, they have to address this soon - but by trying to force them he might risk more than it's worth ...

 

Set in 1976 and shot in glorious black and white, The Divide looks and feels like yesteryear's modern day western, but narratively, it's really much more of a family drama with its fair share of mystery thrown in to keep one guessing. But it's really an atmospheric directorial effort that really brings the movie to life, an effort that gets the most of its locations and makes perfect use of the film's black and white photography while choosing a laid back path to let the story blossom properly. And of course, a very competent cast also help making this a totally worthwhile movie.

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