Off the Map
Off the Map
- 1h 51m
Bo (Valentina De Angelis) is eleven years old and lives in a remote desert area of New Mexico with her mother (Joan Allen), a free spirit who tends to the garden in the nude, and her father (Sam Elliott), who is losing a battle with his inner demons. One day they receive a visit from an IRS agent (Jim True-Frost) who is there to audit the family even though they make a very modest income. Realizing the simple yet profound way that Bo and her family are living, the IRS agent abandons his work to live with the family and surrender to the mystique of the desert landscape. Eventually he becomes the catalyst for major changes and discoveries by every member of the family. OFF THE MAP is a story of self-discovery that reveals unexpected moments of grace and the unpredictable enduring nature of love.
© 2005 Holedigger Studios, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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Critics Consensus: Excellent performances mark this leisurely paced film.
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- Release Date:March 11, 2005
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
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