Angel's Perch is the story of Jack, a successful architect living in Pittsburgh, who must make the trip to his tiny hometown when his grandmother Polly, who is suffering from Alzheimer's, ... See full summary »
This is a beautiful example of a film filled with old time values. It is admirable how Jack, a young adult, finds a way to do the right thing when his big break is dangling right in front of him. He struggles with balancing a demanding career, his personal issues and dealing with the trials of taking care of his Grandmother who is battling Alzheimer's. Each main character has a strong personality that finds viewers whispering, "I know someone like him or her". There are a few hidden twists that viewers are not aware of until well into the movie. The movie is so well written, that one is left wanting more when the film ends. J.T. Arbogast managed to capture the full array of feelings that family members experience when dealing with a relative with an awful disease.