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Digging for Fire

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The film concentrates on the life of a couple Tim and Lee with their young child. One day, Tim’uncovers suddenly a bone and a old gun in the yard which makes him have a new idea. Although, Lee does not agree with his idea, he fulfills his plan with his friends.
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One Guy's Opinion
The looseness turns into haphazardness, and while the picture digs around a lot, it never really catches fire.
September 01, 2015
San Francisco Chronicle
Unfortunately, for as much dialogue as "Digging for Fire" has, the film doesn't go into much depth about Tim and Lee's true feelings about marriage and their lives.
August 27, 2015
HeraldNet (Everett, WA)
The large, talented cast is clearly thriving in the freewheeling style.
August 28, 2015
The Patriot Ledger
It's a killer when 90 percent of your film consists of dozens of actors spouting reams of improvised dialogue that quickly fades into a din.
August 29, 2015
Grantland
The movie has been dedicated to Paul Mazursky, the great radiologist of American social interplay who died last year. But Swanberg is still murmuring where Mazursky could speechify, gesticulate, and shout, sometimes in the same sequence.
September 11, 2015