When the Temptation of the Tractors is released in cinemas – and you’re not going to be able to find it on the internet, that is
The Temptations of the tractors has a good run-time.
It’s a good, solid thriller set in an unlikely place, set in the 1920s and set in a world where there’s a lot of competition between rival tractor manufacturers.
The titular Tracts have been driven to a desperate point, and the only way out is to drive them out of the country to an isolated farming community where they are to live for the rest of their lives.
The story is about the people who decide to drive these tractors to death and then take them home.
But there are also other players involved, and they play into the main story and the tension it creates.
There are some excellent performances here, from James Brolin as the leader of the townspeople who try to drive the tractor out, to the role of the farmhands who are there to try and stop the tractor from taking over.
And then there’s the character of the farmer who, at first glance, appears to be the most benign figure in this tale.
He’s a middle-aged man with a large family, who is also the town’s biggest man.
He’s a bit of a joker, a bit like the farmer’s daughter who doesn’t seem to understand that the tractorees are a threat to her family’s very existence.
That’s all well and good, but what really makes the character so fascinating is how he deals with this situation.
He has a huge amount of anger, he’s got a huge sense of anger and frustration and he can’t help but have these very strong feelings about what is going on.
When you’re a farm boy and you can’t drive the tractor to avenge your father, the tension is huge.
In fact, there’s so much tension in the story that it almost becomes like a psychological thriller in its own right, as you learn more about this man and the ways in which he deals.
You also learn that there’s this real sense of injustice here, and that the Turchons aren’t doing anything wrong at all.
I have a feeling this will be a great film for all those who want to watch a good horror movie set in this country.
If you’re looking for a film that you can really feel a connection to, or a film with a great cast, then the Turs is a great choice.
What to expect in cinemascope: The Turchins, directed by Stephen Frears and starring James Brolins, Elizabeth Olsen, Sarah Jessica Parker, Liam Hemsworth and Zoe Saldana, will be released in UK cinemas on 25th August.
Follow Business Insider Australia on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.