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Kyle Dean Jackson,
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I saw this at the Boston Film Festival and it's quite a good movie.
It has lots going for it, especially two things:
A strong ensemble cast with favorites like Tess Harper and William Forsythe, made even stronger by the solid Amanda Detmer, who has charisma galore, and the sexy Jeffery Dean Morgan. Rrrrrrrrrrrr.
Secondly, it shows strong work by first-time feature director, Craig Serling. His directing is confident and efficient and watchable. His background in editing pays off here in his deft storytelling. Juggling so many story lines couldn't have been easy.
At turns funny and poignant, it was a crowd pleaser at the festival with good reason.
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