An elderly Appalachian woman struggles with the choice of selling her land to a developer and moving into the care of her son or staying on ...更多>
Prince: You know Ruby Ridge? Annie Nations: The old Burrell place, where they cut the top off the mountain. Prince: You wanna have a look around? Annie Nations: I believe I won't.
: I aim to settle down. Annie Nations: Ya should, Hector. Hector Nations: Raise a family. Annie Nations: It ain't men raises families. Prince: All the kids with any get up and go, have got up and went just like you did. And the old ones are just hangin' on - like foxfire on rotten wood. Dillard Nations: I do love this place, but I can't live here. Annie Nations: No, ya never could once ya was grow'd. Annie Nations: Hector honey, the Lord forgive me, but sometimes I get a little tired of what the Bible says. Holly: She's lived here all her life and this ain't such a bad place to die. Dillard Nations: Watcha knittin', Ma? Annie Nations: Socks. I'm bound to have somethin' in my hands to occupy my mind. Hector Nations: Got enough socks around here to do a centipede. Holly: [taping an interview] Did you ever shoot anyone? Hector Nations: Well if I did, I ain't gonna tell you about it.