Tuesday, April 12, 2011


This was wonderful. It was one the best movies I have seen in a long time. She was just this young girl who lived with this man who she thought was her father. Evidently he wasn't. They lived in the woods. He taught her how to shoot, kill animals, do what men do. You know, so she could take care of herself. He taught her well. Then they moved to the city. They got separated. People were after her and she kept eluding them. This one woman was after her, I think she was in the C.I.A.. She got tied up with this one family in a caravan. You've just got to go see it to appreciate it. It was thrilling. It kept you on the edge of your seat. It was really, really good.

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