An aspiring children's book author comes to a better understanding of God's will after each and every one of her prayers from past to present are suddenly answered all at once, erasing her past and altering everything in her present.
Judith is a lonely and frazzled social worker who can't resist the urge to interfere in her son Marty's life. When Marty hires his free-spirited friend to cheer up his mother, it soon turns into a serious romance that no one saw coming.
Harry, a charming house thief, gets more than he bargains for during an attempted burglary when he stumbles upon Daisy and decides to save her from herself, sending both of them into a darkly comedic journey of self discovery and love.
So I really really wanted to like this movie, and a part of me did; only because I love " Shoshana". The acting was appropriate for its vernacular. My cinema induced anxiety was a result of the grossly abused words heard in almost every scene i.e " like" " ummm" " yea". Way too millennialish, and I am a millennial! True to life scenario's- we don't always get what we want, the one that got away, and of course IRONY. While this movie did have some good, it like had ummmmm like more bad, like yea.
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