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Actress Mary Stuart Masterson makes her feature directorial debut with this drama detailing the manner in which three generations of men deal with the death of the family matriarch. Evicted from his New York City apartment, starving musician Guy Kimbrough (Jayce Bartok) makes his way back upstate for the first time in three years. Upon returning to his hometown, Guy does his best to deal with the recent death of his mother while desperately attempting to reconnect with his ex-girlfriend Stephanie (Miriam Shor) -- who has since moved on and found happiness with another man. Meanwhile, as Guy does his best to win Stephanie back, his shy brother, Beagle (Aaron Stanford), falls deeply in love with Friedreich's Ataxia-stricken high school student Georgia, and their father, Easy (Bruce Dern), attempts to rekindle his relationship with Georgia's grandmother Marg (Elizabeth Ashley).~Jason Buchanan
Wow, Kristen Stewart is unbelievable in this movie. This awesome and sweet little movie directed by Mary Stuart Masterson was very moving and I will be buying the DVD so I can watch it as often as I like. K. Stew has tremendous talent and this movie gave her a chance to show her acting chops. Her portrayal of a character afflicted by Friedreich's ataxia was very real and believable. Nice work! Bruce Dern and Aaron Stanford were terrific as well. Kudos to Mary Stuart for pulling this one off!!!