These are the kinds of films I want to watch - ones I seek out because I don't know a damn thing about them then one day they just pop up on my radar.
I would have to admit it's one of the better films I've seen all year, and it will be tough to beat.
Macon Blairappears lost, somehow. Not in the physical sense, but in the emotional sense. His eyes show a sense of personal wreckage. Something unspeakable has already happened to Dwight to plunge him into this life of vagrancy.
Unfortunately in the heat of the moment, Dwight runs out but forgets his car keys inside the bar. Forced to steal the Cleland family's car (which is a limo for whatever reason). He heads for his estranged sister's house but meets her in the driveway. The two are soon sharing lunch and Dwight breaks down, admitting he has killed Wade. Turns out his sister ends up quite happy that the man who killed her parents is dead, which only brings Dwight to the realization that the Cleland's haven't went to the police. She didn't know. It's not on the news. No one is aware. Meaning they have decided on retribution on their own terms. He urgently orders his sister and her family out of town, shaves off his scraggly beard, cleans up, and looks like a sixth-grade teacher when all is said and done. He looks up an old high school pal who obviously has access to a whole pile of guns, and settles in for the long haul, awaiting the Cleland's attempt at revenge.