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But since I do think this film is criminally under-seen in the U.
S., let me just say that it’s a goddamn laugh riot from beginning to end.
These are not the actions of a dully naïve beacon of truth and justice; they’re the actions of a not-very-bright but righteously pissed off man who’s been threatened.
So, instead of focusing on the exploitation of the dumb-but-righteous hero by cynical, rich meanies, you have a guy willing to fight dirty if the other side fights dirty.
Power lines crisscross the backyard, lead taints the groundwater, and plane noise drowns out conversation—but they love their home, the titular castle.
The plot hinges on an existential threat to the castle: a large, well-funded company, with the authority of the government, decides to “compulsorily acquire” all the houses in their small subdivision.
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