Far from a buddy road-trip flick, this powerful film won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2018. It’s so much better than a lot of the garbage that hit the big screen this year. It’s a lovely movie that more people should be talking about, yet has somehow slipped under the radar for most moviegoers. It’s still in theaters and you shouldn't miss it.
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