New York Times - 10/17/2008
"[O]nce we're better acquainted with their personalities and beliefs -- including the notion that Bigfoots are more enlightened beings than humans -- their mission becomes almost touching."
Dallas and Wayne are amateur bigfoot researchers. In the Appalachian Mountains, they lay in wait for sasquatch and have amassed mountains of evidence. But fame and respectability continues to elude them. As the details of the pair's life collect, what was an amusing documentary about hairy creatures in the woods becomes a story about the American Dream--and its extinction.