““Perceptively scripted, nimbly shot and efficiently produced, Ongaro’s debut is well suited for a broad regional audience, and with the right handling, could break through on the national art house circuit as well.” - Justin Lowe, The Hollywood Reporter.
"“For a film about logging, BOB AND THE TREES is strangely compelling, a tonal ambient score amps up the tension as Bob becomes more unhinged with worry about his business.” - Katie Walsh, Indiewire
“(An) immersive verite style drama.” - Ben Kenigsberg, Variety
Bob has a problem: A skunk bit a pig. Now his wooded property is being quarantined for rabies and he must contract himself out to cut trees elsewhere. When a competitor sets him up, matters go from bad to worse as Bob...