“Almost a century ago, my great-grandmother, Maggie May Jones, left Oklahoma for Boise, Idaho with her husband and children in a trailer containing most of their belongings. Her head full of dreams. Three generations later, I was born. The memories of summers spent with my grandfather in Idaho are the strongest memories of my childhood. The rodeo and the cowboys, the drive-ins, riding down the river on inner tubes, the smell and sound of guns, and the family drunk… ” Anne Rearick
Idaho is similar to many American states: the capital Boise, with its beautiful university and mixed population, is home to only 12% of the population. In the rest of the region, there is a collection of small rural towns, where in some churches, the American flag proudly flies next to the cross… This is the setting for the personal photographic story of this great American photographer, who works in time, in black and white, in a cinematographic atmosphere.