Ryden Malby graduates from college and is forced to move back into her childhood home with her eccentric family, while she attempts to find a job, the right guy, and just a hint of where her life is headed.
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The wife of Nasim, an Afghan immigrant in Iran, is gravely ill. He needs money to pay for her care, but his day labor digging wells does not pay enough. A friend connects Nasim to a two-bit... See full summary »
I recently downloaded this film from itunes and was truly amazed at how perfectly and honestly the writers and director produced it. The topics and conversations were totally dead on point about the modern young woman and her concerns in life. The friendship sites on the web, blogging and the impersonalization of a person, were showcased here. How two unlikely people to become friends (if they were confined to social circles) met just because of a random encounter. Also, Brittney Snow and Rumer Willis earn bonus points for being able to pull the film away from being a cliché, and the director (Demi Moore). The weight of credit falls on the shoulders of the writers Kelly Fremon and Allen Loeb for showing us just how shallow and self-absorbed Generation Y and especially Gen. Millennium has become.
All in all, I would immediately and wholeheartedly recommend this film to anyone. It captures the changing of times, and how by broadening our world, we've become extremely limited. Also just good for a quick laugh!!! -Enjoy
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