Set in the present among the rolling hills of the Driftless Area of southwest Wisconsin, this adaptation of a 1916 Robert Frost poem tells the story of a writer who, after a profound personal loss, is unable to move on with his life – until a visit from a stranger looking to buy a bulk lot of Christmas trees causes the man to rediscover both his land and his way forward.
Directed and Produced by Michael Whaley & Jack Whaley
Written by Michael Whaley
Based on the 1916 poem 'Christmas Trees' by Robert Frost
Associate Producers - Hunter Connors Herm, Asa Derks
Cinematography by Jack Whaley
Edited by Jack Whaley
Music by Jack Whaley & Trace Johnson