Letters from the Big Man

Synopsis: Sarah Smith, an artist and government hydrologist, sets out on a post-fire stream survey in a remote part of the Kalmiopsis Wilderness of southwestern Oregon. In the course of her journey through this ancient and ecologically diverse land, she unwittingly finds herself interacting with a sasquatch man, and a mutual curiosity ensues. As their friendship deepens, Sarah must take bold steps to protect his privacy, as well as her own.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Christopher Munch
Production: Independent Pictures
  1 win.
Rotten Tomatoes:
104 min


His wife supports him.

So what makes him stay

in this shite hole?

Well, this place is all he's got.

People here remember who he was.

A loser. Oh, no, Mr Mason - one

thing about Danny Scoular - he only

fights for what he believes in.

He'll not back down.

The big man,

proud in victory, glorious in defeat.

Mmm. Not so glorious now, eh?

We were fighting for a better future.

I think we should

feel good about that.

A pint of heavy.

We have to keep thinking.

We have to show those

gangster politicians that we will NO bend over and have our arses kicked.

You talk shit!

I've got my opinions, pal.

I said shut up.

Open your mouth again,

I'll fill it with a glass. Hey.

Yes. Can I help you?

The boy's just talking.

Not anymore, he's not.

And who are you, you streak of piss?

You his daddy come to wipe his arse?

Alan doesn't like fights

inside his pub.

Yeah! Yeah!

SHOUTS OF ENCOURAGEMEN Go, Danny! That fucking bastard.

Go Danny!

He's a fucking loser, Danny.

Gaun yersel', Danny!

Go on, Danny!

That's how we beat them round here -

straight in and no messing,

just like the strike.

A fighter for principle,

the kind you cannot buy.

Everybody gets a drink on me!

A word with you, sir.

Go on, Billy. Mush. Mush.

And there he goes!


# Dee dee-dee dee... # Bingo!

My favourite girl -

you should be in your bed.

This is a 50 note.

Where did you get it?

Not bad for one night's work, eh?

All right, Beth? Look.

It's flying away!


A bet - it must have been a bet.

An advance. An advance.

I'm earning it. Like a job?

A job.

And more where that came from.

This is a lot of money, Danny.

A lot of money.

Now tell me where you got it. Right.

There's this gentleman, Mr Mason.

Matt Mason. He's from Glasgow.

Who is he?

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