After rehabilitating two abandoned baby moose, David Lawrence vows to never harm another living thing. When tragedy strikes, David is forced to confront a violent past that transforms a story of redemption into a meditation on human contradiction. | Official Selection - VTIFF NEQ 2018
WINNER – JAMES GOLDSTONE AWARD FOR MOST PROMISING FILMMAKER
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