Gerald was dropped on his head at birth. At 30, he is living with his mother when she suddenly dies. He carries her ashes with him in a ceramic doll. When the doll is stolen, he enlists the...
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Gerald was dropped on his head at birth. At 30, he is living with his mother when she suddenly dies. He carries her ashes with him in a ceramic doll. When the doll is stolen, he enlists the help of Helen, but things go awry; he must choose - mother's ashes or Helen's life.Written by
I was skeptical at first, but this really pulled me in. For an indie film, it has a really good cast. The main guy plays way off his norm with Gerald, which was refreshing. The story is very different and well written. It does not use the typical sex shots, bathroom humor, or cheap story lines that many films use, indie or not. I would compare it to Napoleon Dynamite, but I actually found this funnier the first time around whereas with Dynamite, I had to watch it twice before I got the humor. It does start slow but then does pick up with an ending that you probably won't see coming, although as you look back at it later, you'll find the requisite hints. It was quirky and endearing and I liked it.
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