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Story of a single mother who races against time to get the custody of her son back. In the same time she meets a former US soldier who has some psychiatric disturbances. They have a romantic story together, the thing that may affected her for her son's case.
Told with the full texture of real life, Nicholson's second collaboration with "From Nowhere" filmmaker Matthew Newton is a close-up character study that explores notions of forgiveness and self-worth with surgical precision.
Julianne Nicholson is so compelling as an ex-convict juggling her need for a job that pays enough for her to reclaim her small son that we in the audience can see her nomination possibilities as the awards season approaches.
Once again, [Newton] refuses to pretend that lives in disarray can be magically repaired by good intentions, while simultaneously avoiding the defeatist attitude that insists there's consequently no point in even trying.