A depressed twentysomething divorcée (Melanie Lynskey) struggles with a shrinking sense of self-worth after being forced to move back in with her aging parents, but finds her outlook steadily improving as she forges an intimate bond with a handsome teen (Christopher Abbott). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Light B-film that follows a young woman, recently divorced from her ex. She is struggling with her depressed feelings after the ending of her marriage, living at home with her parents, which creates new stresses, and meets and is attracted to some family friends' young son. A bit of romance ensues, which is just what she needs while she tries to figure out what she wants to do and how to handle things moving forward. Self-refection, discovery of herself, new feelings, possibilities, and just through the feelings of her recently ended marriage. Light fare. Nice case study for a young woman who has been on the receiving end of an unwanted divorce and everything that comes after--her experiences. Melanie Lynskey played this role well. Very believable.