Reese Donahue leads a seemingly ideal life, with a bright future ahead of her. But when she discovers the truth, that her mother left enough money for her to choose her own path, she's faced with a dilemma.
Director/writer Andrew Kightlinger does it again. He is well adapted to handling a strong cast and bringing together the elements necessary to make a successful short film. Peter Wigand is rock solid behind the camera. He has captured the stark beauty of the landscape to punctuate the quality of this film. Alan Ruck (Ferris Bueller's Day Off)delivers a top notch performance. Judith Hoag (Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles) is great in this short film. It is good to see actors with the star power of Ruck and Hoag working with young directors and production crews on short films. This is how the next generation of great filmmakers are developed. The entire production company should be proud of this film.
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