As a thirty something acting teacher attempts to push a group of eager young performers out of their comfort zones, he struggles with his own ability to live an authentic and fulfilling life with his teenage son.
Its a ten everywhere you look and in your heart where you feel the honesty.
I cannot help but wonder who Ingrid's muse is for her work is original in every aspect. I was at the film Premier with a live orchestra and a full house who all appreciated the film. The story is one we all know - the sudden loss of a loved one and what happens to the person left behind. Dylan Macleod's work as cinematographer catches the magnificent always changing landscape of the West coast of Chilli as the young man drives south to reconcile his personal loss. Pedro Fontaine engages us and he drives to find his own truth about death and life. The story is complete. The script is honed. Ingrid has done it again on her own terms and given us a must see feature film.
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