Stephen Dorff narrates this tale about how his life goes astray as his character attempts to strike a balance between the demands of directing his first film and the pressures of his new ... See full summary »
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A family relocates from the city to a dilapidated house in the country that was once a grand estate. As they begin renovations, they discover their new home harbors a secret and may not be completely free of its former inhabitant.
Taking the Wheel is a dark comedy about the complicated relationship between an obstinate 90-year-old woman who refuses to give up driving, and her well-intentioned son who will stop at nothing to get her off the road.
Well, there was nothing wrong with the concept of distributing a movie directly to the consumer over the internet. Unfortunately, the movie is boring and its attempt at philosophic symbolism falls flat on its face. I didn't mind the film's relatively low budget, or 'short' length (32 minutes or so), but what it needed was a major kick in the butt. Like a script which is interesting, or funny, or creative or emotionally engaging. Or a director who can make a meandering pointless mess of a script at least come across half-decently (somehow, if thats possible at all). The actors had nothing to work with so you can't blame them.
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