"Performances of central family characters . . . are handled with prim and proper authenticity, indicative of the post-Civil War, southern gentry. Of particular note, is the taut and tentative father/son relationship, which, while paralleling the central themes of love, caring, and acceptance, also gives rise to several humorous moments through the insightful commentary by Gilde’s character."
"James Keller (Eric Gilde) provided some comic relief while also delivering a layered performance of the insecure and frustrated son."
"[An] excellent team of actors."