After his older brother passes away, Lee Chandler is forced to return home to care for his 16-year-old nephew. There he is compelled to deal with a tragic past that separated him from his family and the community where he was born and raised.
|Release Date||:||November 18, 2016|
|Production Company||:||Big Indie Pictures, Pearl Street Films, CMP Entertainment, K Period Media, B Story, The Affleck/Middleton Project|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Casts||:||Casey Affleck, Michelle Williams, Kyle Chandler, Lucas Hedges, Gretchen Mol, Tate Donovan, Kara Hayward, Anna Baryshnikov, Matthew Broderick, Heather Burns, C.J. Wilson, Josh Hamilton, Erica McDermott, Tom Kemp, Susan Pourfar, Robert Sella, Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Missy Yager, Stephen Henderson, Shawn Fitzgibbon, Liam McNeill, Danae Nason, Ben O'Brien, Ruibo Qian, Richard Donelly, Virginia Loring Cooke, Mary Mallen, Chloe Dixon, Ellie Teeves, Christian J. Mallen, Oscar Wahlberg, Jackson Damon, Jami Tennille, Allyn Burrows, Brian A. White|
|Plot Keywords||:||loss of brother, massachusetts, uncle, grief, dysfunctional family, death, nephew, legal guardian, dysfunctional life|
Found this movie to be over rated. It dragged out so long, that I was ready to leave before the final third or so of the movie. Confusing too, as people showed up and could not understand their relationship to Casey Affleck's character. Nice acting by most of the performers, and some nice photography, but plot bored me. Perhaps this is more like a chick flick than a male movie. Also did not think the music was all that great unlike some other viewers, but then music is a matter of personal taste. Also detected a couple of miscrepancies. Main one was that Patrick told Lee that he was on the basketball and ice hockey teams at his high school. I find that hard to believe as both those sports are played in the same time of year, so mighty difficult to practice and play with both those teams at the same time. I won't mention the other, because it might be considered a "spoiler".