WHO’S IN IT?
Andrea Riseborough (W.E.), Steve Buscemi (Reservoir Dogs), Ann Dowd (American Animals), John Leguizamo (John Wick), J. Smith-Cameron (The First Wives Club)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Christina Choe (film debut), director, writer; Amy Lo (Battle of the Year) and Andrea Riseborough (film debut), producers; Peter Raeburn (The Lie), composer; Zoe White (The Afterlight), cinematographer; David Gutnik (Four), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Thirty-something Nancy Freeman (Riseborough) lives a quiet and obscure life in New York who is mourning the passing of her sick and overbearing mother (Dowd), until she sees a news report about a couple (Buscemi and Smith-Cameron) whose infant daughter went missing thirty years ago. She soon becomes convinced that she is their missing child, and pays the grieving couple a visit in a life-changing experience…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Andrea Riseborough – in the second of two movies released this week in which she features as the title character – gives an unknowing and deeply compelling performance in the directorial debut of short filmmaker Christina Choe.