Synopsis: Quebec Bill Bohomme is a hardy schemer and dreamer, who, desperate to raise money to preserve his endangered herd through the rapidly approaching winter, resorts to whiskey-smuggling, a traditional family occupation. Quebec Bill takes his son, Wild Bill, on the journey. Also Henry Coville, an inscrutable whiskey smuggler, and Rat Kinneson, Quebec Bill's perpetually disconsolate ex-con hired man. Together, they cross the border into vast reaches of Canadian wilderness for an unforgettable four days "full of terror, full of wonder."
Director(s): Jay Craven
Production: Screen Media Ventures LLC
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118 min

So I am a bit late.

Asi hasn't arrived?


What happened to her?

She told me that she will come early.

What is she doing?

What happened to you?

Are you sick?


I had a fever since this morning.


I slept all day.

If in this case.

Let's call off our meeting today.

I am sorry.

Not at all.

I need to ask her now.


Are you awake?

What's the matter?

You should be hungry

after sleeping whole day.

I am making some food.

I don't want it.

I don't want it.


We will live together form now on.

What did you say?

You don't want it?

I don't want it.

I will not let you go.

If you let you go,

I will lose you forever.

Will you tell Kwanshu

about what happened today?

Then I will be alone from now on.

So I need to do this now.

I will scream.

I don't mind.

Because there is no one around here.

It is very late now.

No one will stay at the workshop.

After my father died,

I always stay here alone.

Everyday is the same.

Don't do this.

I didn't do anything.

Don't come to me.

I don't have any attempt.

Until I fall in love with you.

I will wait for you.

Is everything alright?

Did you smoke in the toilet?

You are still a student?

You've got to work seriously.


May I?

Do you want it too

Go quickly.

Let me go.


Let me go.

I am really sorry.

Go back.

Why are you so bawdy?

I remember when I was small,

You said that you will marry me, Asi.

Did I say that?

Yes, you said that.

You said that you will be my bride.

Not Kwangshu.

Don't say it anymore.

It was only a joke played by kids.

But you had said that.

So I need to get you back

from the arms of Kwangshu.

Go away.

I will never leave you.

Stop it.

Please let me go.

I will not tell anyone about this.

No way.

I will not stop it.

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Jay Craven

Jay Craven is a Vermont film director, screenwriter and professor of film studies at Marlboro College. Craven is known for creating award-winning films on modest budgets, adopting all of the novels of author Howard Frank Mosher to film. He often casts from a regular troupe of Vermont actors including Tantoo Cardinal and Rusty DeWees, but has also worked with Rip Torn and Kris Kristofferson. Craven founded and runs Kingdom County Productions and recently launched Catamount Arts performing arts program, New England's largest independent arts producer and presenter. He is married to Bess O'Brien, who is also a co-founder of Kingdom County Productions. Craven attended Boston University for undergraduate studies, where he developed a lifelong friendship with Howard Zinn. He later went on to Goddard College. He lives in the Northeast Kingdom with his family . more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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