Three months. That's the deadline for Henry Robinson's short return home from four years of school and no degree. To some, he's taking a break. To others, he's helping his family in troubling times. To Henry, he's at a low point that he's not quite willing to confess to. His first steps back in his small industrial hometown are with an air of superiority from living in the city that no one is mildly impressed with. The moment his turned up nose comes falling down in the face of these unmoved townies, he's stuck in a financial limbo that he can't possibly shake. There's no exit strategy here. His brother Joey is too young to see this impending fate and his father Mike is too preoccupied in his own unemployment to recognize anything wrong with his son's situation. They're all stuck in this valley. Henry's pride is reduced to nothing when it comes to getting the work necessary in any hope of leaving his hometown permanently - the local industry recently laid off hundreds of skilled ... Written by
After taking a break from college, Henry Robinson rediscovers the pitfalls of going home and the hopelessness of ever trying to leave again.
2 June 2013 (USA)
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