I would like to recommend to everyone the director's version, extended by more than twenty minutes, of additional scenes, which gives a fuller picture of the film and in an interesting way explains some issues completely omitted in the cinema release. I remember that I was very impressed when I saw it for the first time... Pictures and scenography were pampered in the smallest details. Let Him Go has filled me with difficult to explain energy and got me so immersed in it. Nevertheless, I am very thankful for this optimistic aura, and I recommend the film with a clear conscience. When a movie makes all of its scenes so influential that you don't want to pick your favorites, you know you're dealing with great production. Now sit down and watch, I'm 100% sure, you won't be disappointed.... Show more
He retired sheriff and his wife, their son's death sadness set out to his only grandson to find.