You never know what to expect when you grow up on a remote cow-calf ranch in the middle of South Dakota. Country kids learn at an early age to take life in stride, do their part and survive despite the fact that 35 miles of poorly maintained dirt and gravel roads separate you from the nearest grocery store, theater, or anyone you’re not related to.
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The thought struck James Moll while walking through a supermarket: he had no true concept about the origins of his food. Where did it come from? Who produced it? What kind of lives did they live? The Los Angeles native and Academy Award-winning filmmaker then began a quest to find the answers. So, what kind of movie does an urbanized, toast-of-Hollywood director make about farming? Here are our top ten reasons for viewing Farmland.
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