In an effort to quick-fix their respective relationship troubles, six 30-something friends decide to form a "Framily". After Ethan inherits his Fathers big old house outside San Francisco ...
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In an effort to quick-fix their respective relationship troubles, six 30-something friends decide to form a "Framily". After Ethan inherits his Fathers big old house outside San Francisco the friends all move in together and try another way of living. Life in the house is easy - and not. As friendships and family merge, each member of the Framily comes to question what it is they want beyond the quick-fix.Written by
Heartfelt film with a lot of thought provoking scenes. Worth the ride.
I really enjoyed the dynamic between the characters in this film. The story spins itself into an unusual spiral and reflects how life is often an unexpected series of events that brings people together in surprising ways. Testing the bounds of friendship and lovers is what Framily is all about. Each of the characters are well developed and poke at different aspects of love or friendship during different stages of life. (The married couple with a new baby, the single woman who might just want to stay that way, and so on.) As a viewer, you can really get behind the journey these friends are on once it begins and of course you are hoping everything will evolve in a positive way, but knowing human nature, one must be prepared for what lies behind the initial impetus to test how far cohabitation can go. A charming adventure into the bonds of friendship. Highly recommend seeing it.
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