In the indie a country called home aroused a jaded young woman unexpectedly, when she learns that her estranged father has died. Then, she embarks on a journey that begins in a small town in Texas and will redefine their way of life.
With its uncluttered widescreen images and plangent guitar score, the delicate drama A Country Called Home is in a state of harmony with its small-town Texas setting. Unfortunately, quite a bit of it is also as flat as the terrain, in spite of the endeavors of an engaging cast drove by Imogene Poots.
The introduction feature of Anna (which has nothing to do with the like-titled novel by Kim Barnes) fixates on a young lady’s transitioning after the death of her estranged father.