USA 2018 | 95 minutes | English | Hebrew subtitles
Diane is a widow who lives alone in western Massachusetts and devotes her time and energy caring for others: cousins, friends, aunts, and uncles. She also volunteers at the local church. But the most taxing burden in her life is her son Brian who goes in and out of rehab centers, and basically denies his addictions. Delightful American actress Mary Kay Place strikes a deep chord in Kent Jones’s first feature film. Jones, who is also Director of the New York Film Festival, directed the 2016 documentary, Hitchcock/Truffaut, a sensitive and powerful film that explores the collaboration between these giants, which since its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival has won infinite lauding reviews.