It is a lovely autumn day and Leslie has taken her daughter Brooke out for a driving lesson on a quiet country road. Unfortunately Leslie is a psychologist unable to pry herself away from her cell phone and the needy patients on the other end, and Brooke is a teenager unable to pry herself away from her own adolescent exasperation. Typical mother daughter friction, until, Brooke hits a small animal, Leslie's patient begins talking suicide and silence is broken on the quiet country road when an elderly couple come barreling along in their Station Wagon.
C. Fraser Press
Life is a crash course.