Ethiopian-born Elenie struggles to integrate her mother's traditions with her own American dreams. When a tragic accident thrusts her into the life of American-born Logan, Elenie realizes that one's search for a sense of place is universal.
Join us in this action packed drama.Where you'll engage in the struggles and life in the streets. You will see how the story unfolds when a young man is determined to fight his way out of ... See full summary »
John Paul Ceramello,
Eddie Rocky Rivera
Angela Parrino Amato,
Juan Pablo Andrade,
Anyone who has seen "Right at your door" may have a bar, a sort of standard for those particular kinds of movies, that are meant to be claustrophobic and inside a house, where one or more main characters are hunkered down for whatever reasons they may have. In this case, we never get the full scoop, but it's not really needed.
Some may feel it might have been a better choice to make the characters a bit more accessible, or rather friendly sort of. But that's one of the selling points of the movie. And one tough task for the actors involved. There are quite a few nice surprises along the way and the end does work for what it did set up. But pacing wise this may be too straining for some. If you get into it, it is more than decent, especially for a low budget affair
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