Rich Hill

Synopsis: Rich Hill intimately chronicles the turbulent lives of three boys living in an impoverished Midwestern town and the fragile family bonds that sustain them.
Director(s): Andrew Droz Palermo (co-director), Tracy Droz Tragos (co-director)
Production: The Orchard
  4 wins & 6 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.2
Metacritic:
75
Rotten Tomatoes:
84%
NOT RATED
Year:
2014
91 min
Website
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FBLA members,

Drop, Lock, and Bake will be

this Saturday

at Food Fair.

Please remember to have

your three baked goods,

the signup sheet is on

Miss Eld's door.

Have a great day.

Let's win!

Let's go, let's win!

Let's go!

Let's fight!

People around town,

they walk towards us

or walk past us

with their nose

fifty miles in the air

acting like their shit

don't stink.

And acting like

they're better than us.

And I don't fall for that.

We're not trash.

We're good people.

Anything could trigger me.

The smallest slightest thing

you'd think wouldn't

trigger most people

will trigger me.

I think people expect me

to do good things

and have a better future

than I do right now.

I don't even know

what to do anymore.

Origin in childhood,

A's by love of parents,

family ties are treasured things

and far through we may,

um, youth?

Something?

Be tender, but our bonds

with those we love

still pull our hearts

toward home.

Yeah, I think someone

just wrote that on there

'cause they didn't know

how to spell.

No.

See, they didn't know

how to spell.

See, look, see,

leaven or "yoth",

"you oath."

Remain youth, wait.

And family heir and elicit.

Stop it!

You're gonna make me fall,

I'm gonna pop your back.

We lived in Rich Hill

then we moved to Branson

then to Ridgedale,

back to Rich Hill

then to Belton, wasn't it?

Mhmm.

And moved again

from Belton to Granby then...

Don't forget Lathrop.

I know.

And then from Granby to Raymore,

then to Lathrop,

then back to Raymore,

and then to Appleton City,

back here,

then moved again, well,

in the same town,

but, yeah.

Oh, wait, I forgot

to mention that land.

The Ozarks.

Yeah, the Ozarks.

Oh, and then we moved

to Margie's for a week.

Oh, yeah.

Are you a little baby?

You're not doing it right.

It's like, are you,

I can't do it.

Are you a little baby?

Are you a little baby?

He's like, "Yeah, I think I am".

Mom.

Are you a little titty baby?

No, you didn't do it right!

Are you a little titty baby?

No.

Okay, the first line,

"if I die young" sounds

pretty bad, okay?

Okay.

If I die young

Bury me inside

Lay me down

on a bed of roses

See me in the river at dawn

Send me away with the water

Sing our song

My mom, she wants to

get out here

and do things with us,

but she can't

'cause of her problems.

And, I mean, I miss her.

I wish that she, you know,

could actually do

the things that she wanted.

That's sweet.

I mean, my dad,

he's almost the same way,

but he just ignores it

and goes on with his day.

And, I mean, I know

I wouldn't be able

to live without

my parents, so far.

I'm still their little baby,

their little angel or whatever

they wanna call it.

That's right, you two

are my babies.

Yeah.

I really do love my mom

and my dad

and my sister.

The important thing

about Appachey,

it's not really a poem,

it's just a biography,

the important thing

about Appachey

is he loves to skate,

he's competitive

and he likes to skate.

He's competitive, cool,

he likes to skate,

hang out and play ball.

He loves animals,

especially turtles

and he loves his boards

because every one of them

has a story of how he got them.

The important thing

about Appachey is that

he loves to skate.

Stupid ass assignment.

Don't know what the fuck

that is.

My dad left when I was six.

Just walked out.

Didn't even say bye.

I woke up in the middle

of the night and he was gone.

He never came back.

Get up.

This is what happens

when Mom goes to work.

You are so lucky you did not

hit me with that.

Your cuteness have reached

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