Indie filmmaking as it should be: This modest road movie about small-time con artists -- with the twist that they're clannish, transplanted Irish gypsies working their scams up and down the roads of the rural South -- actually leaves you wanting more. Pat
O'Hara (Mark Wahlberg) comes back to North Carolina to bury his father, who was expelled from the Travellers for marrying an outsider. On the verge of being sent packing after the funeral, he's taken under the wing of Bokky (Bill Paxton), who promises to show him the ropes and keep him out of trouble. The two team up with Double-D (James Gammon), an old rapscallion with big plans, and develop a roguish bond that's ...