Recommended. Anyone that reads this blog religiously - - as opposed to reading it, say, profanely - - knows that I’m a Kelly Reichardt fan. I loved Wendy And Lucy and liked Old Joy and Meek’s Cutoff, three completely different movies. River Of Grass was her first feature-length film and you can see her stretching for the first rung. She called this a "road movie without the road . . . a crime story without the crime;" for some, this might be a bit too minimalist. Reichardt revels in turning the Antonioni gaze on her world and the movie drips with ennui, perfect for south Florida. The humor, however, is as dry as Arizona, mostly delivered in the flat acting and voice-over of Lisa Bowman (Dead Above Ground). Indy horror producer Larry Fessenden (Windego) plays her living-dead boyfriend and most of the other actors are local non-professionals. River Of Grass is unique but probably not for everyone.