“The Woodsman” will no doubt be too heavy for most entertainment seeking moviegoers, but this usually the sign of something truly special. In many ways this might be the most skilled and controlled role of Kevin Bacon’s career. Playing a forty-something, recently paroled child molester launched back into the world, he returns to his old job working in a lumber-yard in an anonymous urban area. He wonders through his life stricken by both a devastating sense of guilt and shame, unable to free himself from the seemingly unconquerable affliction and affection for young girls. Bacon’s struggle and emotional decimation moves the film swiftly down the path that will either lead him to salvation or destruction. Since this is an indie film seeking more acclaim than an audience, you’ll have to see it for yourself. You’ll be glad you did.