A chance encounter based on real events unveils that sometimes those who appear lost are not the ones that need saving.Watch film
Elena Beuca’s directorial debut is the FINEST WORK OF CINEMATIC ART that I’ve witnessed in the last decade.
Beuca’s performance is wonderfully heartfelt, capturing the real emotions of life’s ups and downs until she reaches a tipping point. Balancing this role with directing could have been a daunting task, but for her, this appears to be as natural as her performance.
When a film leaves you speechless, with tears rolling down your cheeks, and you find your hand over your heart as you watch the final scene fade to black, you know you have just seen a “MASTERPIECE".
An impressive directorial debut for Beuca. This gorgeous and rich story is filled with love and heart reminding us about what is truly important in life and the connections we make.
Some how this film captures reality in a way that few films ever do. The film works because Beuca doesn't over write or over edit anything. She never lets things spin out in ways that they wouldn't do so in life.
It's a film that shocked the hell out of me, made me smile and stare at the screen wondering why hasn't this film rattled the pillars of film heaven. It's a film destined to end up on my end of year lists, one of the "BEST SURPRISE OF THE YEAR.”
The acting and direction are keenly spot-on. No sentiment is overdone, yet thoroughly explored. The power of shifting perspective in the smallest ways - a big message delivered delicately... I will be watching this movie over and over.
Elena Beuca's directorial debut is as impressive as it is moving. The characters are brilliantly relatable. Their flaws and emotional depth are brought to life by writer, Dave Rogers, who tackles the twist and turns of the heart with finesse and a well-honed craft.
I enjoyed the complexity of each character and how their perspectives impacted the meaning of each scene. This movie showed how one chance encounter/experience can change how we see the world.
The acting is superb. It is so well written and so well directed. I cry every time I see it. Every time. I know what's coming... But it still gets me.' It's a great story with great characters that moves you. And leaves you thinking about life, love, and trust long after you leave the theater.
Beautifully and soulfully done, it was a real pleasure to see it ! Well done, indeed! A movie that touches the heart and inspires the mind to acutely recognize the importance of having more movies such as this one in the theaters.
I have now seen it 3 times and each time I've watched it, I feel so much love for the story, the characters, for myself, for life. It's relatable, real, and thought provoking.. The flashbacks are creative and not forced or gimmicky. It's polished. It's mysterious.
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