Fifteen New Yorkers go into a Friday night unaware of the fact that their lives are about to change. Larry, an A&R executive, has been sublimating his deep fear of getting older by carrying... See full summary »
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Daniel Louis Rivas,
A tragedy presents Laurel with the chance to reinvent herself as her idolized twin sister, Audrey. As she eases into the life she has always wanted, she must decide between continuing the lie or revealing herself as the perfect fraud.
When the mother of his infant son unexpectedly passes away, struggling actor Mark grapples with fatherhood and his inability to grow up. And when he sparks with a single mother, he learns how his choices have real-life consequences.
I loved this movie. I felt as though I was watching real people, the acting was excellent. The theme was strange, but in the end things worked out fine for everyone concerned. Thought, introspection, self worth of ones family and oneself, these things and more are observed and worked out by each person in this movie. Plain and simple, I really liked this movie, it touched me deeply, and made me think on my own life.Things don't always work out in our lives. It takes a movie like this to make us reflect on what we did with our life, how we live it, and who we choose to live it with. It's interesting after watching this film, how I finally understand what it means to quietly accept someone else and their sexual identity. We must all be happy with our decisions and make the best in our lives with the final outcome of those decisions. This film has made me reflect on my own life, I hope for the better.
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