WHO’S IN IT?
Richard Gere (An Officer and a Gentleman), Dakota Fanning (War of the Worlds), Theo James (Divergent), Clarke Peters (John Wick), Brian Anthony Wilson (The Postman), Dennisha Pratt (Paranoia), Lyssa Robberts (How Do You Know), Roy James Wilson (Creed), Tibor Feldman (The Devil Wears Prada)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Andrew Renzi (Fishtail), director, writer; Jason Michael Berman (Little Accidents), Thomas B. Fore (Chu and Blossom), Jay Schuminsky (film debut) and Kevin Turen (That Awkward Moment), producers; Danny Bensi (The Gift) and Saunder Jurriaans (Enemy), composers; Joe Anderson (Simon Killer), cinematographer; D.C. Marcial (Big Significant Things) and Matthew Rundell (White Frog), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Wealthy philanthropist Francis (Gere), still mourning over the death of his friends that he inadvertently caused, attempts to reconnect with their grown daughter Olivia (Fanning) and her husband Luke (James), who are expecting their first child. However, when Francis starts to spend too much time with them, the relationship becomes soured and everything that Francis has left to care for crumbles around him…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Richard Gere is heavily moving as a man trying to hold onto his last ray of happiness, while Dakota Fanning – a sorely underused actress as of late – also gets a chance to shine in this uplifting and poignant drama.