WHO’S IN IT?
Alfre Woodard (Cross Creek), Blair Underwood (Rules of Engagement), Adam Beach (Flags of Our Fathers), Marcus Henderson (Get Out), LaTanya Richardson Jackson (The Fighting Temptations), Ashlie Atkinson (BlacKkKlansman), Lindsley Register (Tell Me Anything), Elaine Miles (The Business of Fancydancing), Sam Hennings (The Aviator), Acorye’ White (What’s In A Name), Bonnie Johnson (Dog Days of Summer)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Clark Johnson (The Sentinel), director; Roderick M. Spencer (film debut), writer; Stephanie Allain (Hustle & Flow), Jason Michael Berman (The Birth of a Nation) and Mel Jones (French Dirty), producers; Kevin Lax (The First Purge), composer; Luc Montpellier (Take This Waltz), cinematographer; Cindy Mollo (The Book of Eli), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Juanita (Woodard) is a middle-aged woman who’s grown out of love with her life, her deadbeat grown children and her marginal existence. She then decides to hop on a bus out of town, where she intends to begin a new life for herself…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Alfre Woodard is endlessly enjoyable in this comedy-drama where she stars as a woman searching for a fresh start, no doubt sending a message of hope for other fed-up women in similar situations.