Sling Blade: Movie Review
Pretty good. It’s set in the South by a producer/writer/director that is Southern I believe. So it has that unique flavor.
The main character is very silent and other people do most of the talking, but the juxtaposition of events makes it clear what people are feeling. It has good values concerning individual will and society. I like it.
It also reminds me of those Japanese fire and heart shows about various things like courage, happiness, sadness, etc.
I read the wiki article on it so I knew the ending, but it didn’t actually spoil the movie for me. Btw, I was eating some cheetos at the very end, just like the main character. So I felt similar as well. But that’s probably me being weird.