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About the Movie
When a water stain on the Bradford family’s garage door is interpreted as an apparition of the Blessed Virgin, their house attracts the unwanted attention of the county health department, which gives the Bradfords a week to clean up their act or lose their home. Charlie Bradford (Joshua Leonard), an unemployed filmmaker in his 30s, is forced to bring together his eccentric and compulsive mother Linda (Carol Kane), his sister Lisa (Natasha Lyonne), a home health care aid who writes bad checks and shoplifts, and his younger sister Penny (Halley Feiffer), who is trying to overcome her agonizing shyness by starting a career as a home stager. As the family attempts to clear its clutter, long-buried resentment and grief begin to surface, forcing each of them to face what it is they value most in life. This quirky drama also stars Dan Hedaya and Kathy Najimy.
Great film! A well told story that took me on a journey and yet didn’t tie everything up in a neat and tidy Hollywood bow. Carol Kane’s performance is nothing short of stunning.
I really loved this movie. It reminds me of indie films from the hey day of indie films … great acting, really smart cast, great music, and a well told story.
I thoroughly enjoyed this film, which was beautifully directed and acted. A wonderful tale about a family's love, loss, frustration, and ultimately survival. A compelling and moving story that was most artfully conveyed.