If you travel through Maine, and leave behind the familiar coast of summer vacations, lobster rolls, and LL Bean, you find yourself in a very different Maine--the Maine of fields, farms, work, and dirt.
This is where Knee Deep takes place and where matricide gets a modern twist in this bittersweet story of a Maine farm boy who devotes his whole life to the family farm only to have his mother take away the only world he’s ever known.
Josh Osborne has a 6th-grade education, a conniving girlfriend, a sympathetic but determined district attorney, and a group of friends and family all too willing to help him with his simple plan--
Kill Mom and keep the farm.
Shot over a period of two years, Knee Deep is a real documentary--not a mockumentary--and its characters are real people--not actors--proving once again that truth is often stranger than fiction.