Review – Digging for Fire

Joe Swanberg, he of the annual films and ensemble players, has made another rather excellent film. Digging for Fire stars Jake Johnson and Rosemarie DeWitt as a married couple staying at a fancy house with their young son. Marital debates occur, as do various temptations, lots of booze and a few strange things literally buried in the ground.

At a brisk 90 minutes and full of quality acting, laughs and emotion, it’s worthwhile and then some. Full review of the movie is up at Examiner.

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