The devil to pay free download was originally titled Reckoning, and the film offers any mode completely smashing.
There is something almost mythical in the fight of its central character, an implacable but unfailingly noble young mother and farmer named Lemon (Danielle Deadwyler) to redress a situation that threatens all she holds sacred. And there is something deeply moving – painful, just, bracing – to see him play the way he does it in the end. This is, to his advantage, a film so strongly ingrained in our innate sense of morality and justice because it is the unique culture of its island hinterland part of the Appalachians.
In fact, it was not for the amazing characterization of lemon and total forcefulness of all aspects of the performance of Deadwyler, this parameter could be the single most memorable and attracted strong throughout the film.
“The mountain,” like the devil to pay is clear, is a green and beautiful setting, but also a hard which generates a similar hardness in his people. Far and unfettered the wider world of American laws and cultural norms, and turn back as comfort and constraints of modernity, it is a land drenched in tears, blood, and vitriol – the latter, in a literal sense, as a metaphorical.
The scattered souls who choose to be there live as foreigners, which depend only on the earth and each other. They live by “The Creed,” a set of mutually understood laws that govern them (by choice, limited) relations between them in the absence of the influence of the dominant society. Steal the property of a fellow member of the community, for example, and have your hands cut off – is that primal and also that severe.
It is in this culture as lemon but raises sternly love with her preteen son Coy (Ezra Haslam), mostly in the absence of her husband scrappy – that disappeared for the umpteenth time that the small farm it maintains tediously without him.
According to Creed, its debts are Lemon, as well, and when it ends up in hock to their neighbor, soft-spoken, but quite a ruthless matriarch Tommy Runion (Catherine Dyer), the responsibility of its lemon things Settle. To ensure that it does, Tommy sends his son Wade (Jayson Warner Smith) and Dixon (Brad Carter also film composer) to monitor Coy, knowing that they will kill him if Tommy does not get that she believes that it is due.
With family members, Runion threatening the life of his young son Coy (Ezra Haslam) Lemon is forced to perform tasks for Runions her missing husband was supposed to be handling. Not only does this put him in danger of being killed by people to start families, it also brings inadvertent contact with a common populated strange “city people” who follow the word of a friend called the Keeper fire and maintain the belief that men can acquire spiritual wisdom through a ritual involving “vitriol” (sulfuric acid). The visit to the town’s weird, but it is a good reward for this group of crazies on the mountain.