Atom User Reviews for Mending the Line
The patience of the sport and the tranquility of the settings casts a spell, and it all comes together in modestly, honestly moving ways.
The cranky old-coot humor between Studi and Cox is a welcome break, and there could have been more of it.
The title of the film “Mending the Line” refers to an adjustment to a fly-fishing line to counter the effects of water currents. But there’s a lot more than the placement of a filament that needs to be remedied in this well-meaning but inert PTSD melodrama.