Comfort Me with Apples
Autumn, and the orchard is full of cider apples: Beauty of Bath, Kingston Black, and Glory of the West. Inside the farmhouse, the rule of the matriarch Irene is challenged when her estranged daughter returns and her middle-aged son, beginning to tire of being tied to the unprofitable farm, grows restless. A richly evocative tale about life in our changing rural landscape.
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