1 hours 31 minutes | Rated M (Violence & offensive language)
We don’t get a lot of things to really care about.
Forget Cage Rage, this brilliant performance harks back LEAVING LAS VEGAS and JOE… with a truly unique premise to boot: “A truffle hunter, Rob, who lives alone in the Oregonian wilderness must return to his past in Portland in search of his beloved foraging pig after she is kidnapped.” PIG is best matched with a glass of Georges Road Syrah, available from the bar – I’m sure Rob (Nic Cage) would approve!
Cage is magnificent. This is a restrained, intuitively measured portrait of a lost man rediscovering forgotten facets of himself as he goes on this surreal trek through a world he left in the rearview mirror ages ago. MovieFreak.com
The character that Cage portrays is incoherent, illustrative, and ludicrous, and yet his portrayal makes the movie. New Yorker
Pig is set in the world of foodies, but it is an Americana fable with a much broader moral… The New Republic
[Cage] offers something genuinely special: a perfect performance, and one which could not exist without every other performance that the actor has ever delivered. Globe and Mail
A bittersweet and often surprisingly tender exploration of food, creative expression, and human connection. FilmWeek
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