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Sienna Beckman, Rachel Noll James, Austin Highsmith Garces, Emily Moss Wilson, Daniel Lewis, Devin James Buttner, Wes Brown (executive), Michelle Hurd (executive), Chris Mulkey (executive) for Emergence Films, Evergreen Film Productions
directed by Emily Moss Wilson
starring Austin Highsmith Garces, Rachel Noll James, Wes Brown, Brian McNamara, Dana Sparks, Cynthia Geary, Chris Mulkey, Michelle Hurd, Eva Ceja, J. Teddy Garces, Gabi Del Moral, Rob Callaway, Adam Kern, Amandine Morichetti, Holly Anne Jones, Allegra Sweeney, Gabe Nathan, Audrey Conti, Brooks Ryan, Betsy Hume, Vritika Gupta, Avee Morris, Jack Vanover, Jackie Lynn Vanover
story by Rachel Noll James, Austin Highsmith Garces, screenplay by Rachel Noll James, music by Michael Reola, songs by Chris Mulkey

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Lucy (Rachel Noll James) and her sister Paige (Austin Highsmith Garces) have never seen eye to eye: While the younger Lucy is the responsible one who leads a steady life with her husband Luke (Wes Brown) and is currently expecting her first child, Paige has always been the problem child and to this day is an incorrigible alcoholic - and she hasn't even visited her family in years. But now that their dad (Chris Mulkey) has died, Paige, who's in a bit of a financial scrape, returns to their dad's home - where Lucy and Luke have moved into in the meantime - to learn that she has inherited pretty much everything (but the house) that dad owned ... but only under the condition that she goes into rehab. Now this is a big no-no for Paige, and she does everything to get her hands onto the money, though with little success. She also tries to persuade her sister to forget about the rehab clause, but the more they talk the more their fundamental differences come to the fore, and also a little bit of a history between Paige and of all people Luke pops up, something Lucy has never known about. And obviously there's some unfinished business between Paige and Luke. And also, Paige's not always very honourable past catches up - with Lucy ...


A very nice drama, first and foremostly so because it feels so rooted in reality, never tries to blow things out of proportions let alone go full melodrama. Plus, it doesn't try to force any message down our throats with a sledgehammer but gives its story room to develop - and in a very well-structured way at that, one that gets its tension out of its story arc rather than any ill-fitting exaggeration. And add to that a cast of well fleshed out characters embodied by a capable and relatable ensemble, all given enough air to breathe by a subtle direcctorial effort, and you've got yourself a pretty cool and also rather compelling movie.


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