River of Grass | Chicago Reader

River of Grass

A canny, contemporary portrait of shiftlessness, this adept first feature (1993) by American independent Kelly Reichardt (Wendy and Lucy), set in the Florida Everglades, is about people so bored they jump at the chance to go on the lam—taking off even before they've committed a crime. Reichardt has an original sense of how to put together a film sequence and an effective way of guiding her cast of unknowns through an absurdist comedy of errors.

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