A young child and her father are living in a caravan in East Texas. It becomes apparent that the child’s mother has passed away, and both father and daughter find it difficult to cope.
Although Tumble Dry Low is a simple film, it is able to get audiences emotionally involved with the plot, given that everyone has had to deal with death at some point. The film is brilliant in the sense that it finds a way to tell it’s audience a lot about the characters in a short period of time with very little dialogue.
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