It’s slow and patient in all the right ways, 
a movie that unfolds and drifts and appreciates space and silences. Its closest spiritual forebear is Bruce Beresford’s masterpiece Tender Mercies, but I was also put in mind of Texas indie icon Eagle Pennell, as there are scenes and encounters that have the same impact as some of the most memorable sequences in The Whole Shootin’ Match, A Hell of a Note, and Last Night at the Alamo. William Boyle - Southwest Review