A gangly, bearded hipster named Francis (played by David Maloney, who looks like a hybrid of Domhnall Gleeson and Adam Driver) shuffles out of a grocery store onto the street and crosses paths with a couple of uniformed men. “Ladies,” he says with maximum snark. “Pardon?” they say. “I just called you ladies,” he replies, “and I’m proud of it.” He gets punched in the face, but you’ll have a smile on yours. Because this isn’t the modern-day Brooklyn of Lena Dunham or the neurotic Chicago of Joe Swanberg, but Kentucky in the mid-1800s.
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