A grim but powerful tale of murder and accountability in the muddy backwoods of rural New Hampshire. Late one autumn night, Dave Holden (Tom Everett Scott) quietly slips out of bed and stabs his sleeping father (Denis O'Hare) to death with a screwdriver. It's a
hideous crime that's not entirely unjustified: For years, Dad has treated Dave's younger brother Tom (David Moscow) as more of a punching-bag than a son, focusing all his sadistic rage on Tom while never laying a finger on Dave. "I did it for you," Dave tells his brother, covered in their father's
blood, and Tom once again becomes the fall-guy: He puts on his brother's bloody clothes while Dave calls the pol...