This film certainly seemed like a saccharine affair from the posters and the summary, but it was actually a very nice surprise. There's a real sensitivity and emotional depth to it that I didn't expect, and it actually doesn't really hit as many of the clichéd plot points as you think. Just when it's about to seem likely to hit one of them, it turns course and opts to go for something more realistic. The performances are also exquisite. I don't think I've ever seen Blythe Danner in anything else before this, but she was a revelation. not opting to make anything too obvious, it's a quiet, restrained but emotionally meaningful performance. She's certainly up to the task of demonstrating the nuance that the script and direction suggest. Overall, this is a very good film and definitely recommended.
- Aug 22, 2015
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