i do the lights
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
There's no god in this film. Strongly expresses that family needs community, regardless of the type of collective belief system, otherwise boredom, hormones and desperation come to destroy from within. Exemplfying this is the depiction of the useless patriarch/provider, only successful at chopping wood and nothing else, struck me as the key, paired with the son, Caleb's, budding sexual interest in his sister out of mere day-in/day-out proximity to her. Incest breeds when there's no other option and…