The Stump Farm
The Stump Farm follows the trials of Bobby during the time Canada brought its soldiers back from the Second World War. The hardships of the time go unnoticed by a young boy more concerned with genuine moose hide moccasins, his grandfather's .22 and a Marilyn Monroe pin-up on the outhouse wall. Through this na´ve youth we see a world without cynicism and harsh realities 1 a time when our needs were simple and laughter came easily.
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MY BOY ALWAYS WINS
WHAT MORE COULD A YOUNG
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