When Phillip (Nick Robinson) receives a visit from Melissa (Margaret Qualley), the former girlfriend of his late-brother Ronnie, old wounds are re-opened when she claims that his brother is also the father of her unborn child. Since Ronnie’s death was over five years ago, Phillip and his mother, Charlene (Amy Ryan) are rightly enfuriated and… [Read More]
Brigsby Bear may sound like the title of a children’s TV show (and in fact in this film it is), but this isn’t a children’s movie. This is a look at home, family, and belonging. It is also a story about coming to grips with a world you never knew but now must live in.
Same Kind of Different as Me is the story of an international art dealer who must befriend a dangerous homeless man in order to save his struggling marriage to his wife–a woman whose dreams will lead all three of them on the most remarkable journey of their lives.