I’d be lost without the weight of you two on my back. I ain’t going anywhere.100 Films in 2011 | 047. Winter’s Bone (Dir. Debra Granik, 2010)
They contemplate the photos. Ashlee arranges her horse on the table in front of her. Ree turns over a small portrait photo of a woman and reads aloud the inscription on the back. “I don’t know how I ever latched on to someone like you, but I sure hope I can keep you interested in me forever. I love you and will always be true.”
You are who I always did think you were, darlin’. You truly are.