Married to a bigot, the life of a woman is turned upside down when her brother-in-law shows up at an Irish-American family gathering with his black fiancée, and her sister-in-law shows up ... See full summary »
I found that director Jon Stevens elicited outstanding performances from the unknown actors.
Even though this film takes place in 1997, it deals with many family issues relevant today, especially women. Jon Stevens who also co-wrote the screenplay, dares to show the dark side of family, but he handled it with compassion, sensitivity and humor. It's really an important piece of work full of courage, dedication, and love.
I was additionally surprised and amazed by the high technical quality of this low budgeted independent film.
While the focus is on Irish-Americans, I highly recommend this wonderful film to all families.