Amy and David are two underachievers from suburbia. Amy has had a rough life raised by her neglectful drug addicted single mother. David has been raised in a more conventional family, but ...
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Rob W. King
Alexander De Jordy,
Amy and David are two underachievers from suburbia. Amy has had a rough life raised by her neglectful drug addicted single mother. David has been raised in a more conventional family, but his lack of motivation has driven his father crazy. When Amy meets David it seems they both find what they are looking for. But when Amy gets pregnant, both Amy and David go through a personal and surreal crisis in making choices. Which leads them to decide if they should do it the right way or the wrong way?Written by
I recently attended a test screening for a small film called "The Right Way" and I was absolutely shocked with the quality of the film, it dealt with two protagonists Amy and David and how they deal with their troubled suburban lives, Amy comes from a more than typical broken home with a single mother played masterfully by Gloria Slade. David (played well by Jefferson Brown) comes from a traditional family home. When Amy and David get together it leads to dire consequences.
I thought the film was very well-made, and thought the acting was superb with the exception of Karyn Dwyer in some of the big emotional scenes. I'm not really a big fan of digital video, but in this film I think it really captured the essence of family life. all in all I give it a 9 out of 10.
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