Directed by Josh Mond
Self-destructive twenty-something James White (Christopher Abbott) tries to stay afloat in a frenzied New York City, but as his mother (Cynthia Nixon) battles a serious illness, James must take control of his life or risk imploding completely.
Self-destructive twenty-something James White (Christopher Abbott) tries to stay afloat in a frenzied New York City.
Cast: Christopher Abbott, Cynthia Nixon, Ron Livingston
I think this was a great movie kind of slow I think what really captured my attention was that I lost my alarm five years ago pretty much in the same capacity as James White far is tending to his mom while battling his own demons I definitely know what that's like in five years later I've gotten a little better but I still cry from the profound memories that accentuates the relationship between my mom and I. I took care of my mom for us preparing every meal she ate and sometimes having to help her do a lot of things that we take for granted those things that James White had to do for his mom I am familiar with and he did provide for his mom the way of son or any child should do for their parents actually the movie motivated me to pretty much get my s*** together the way James needed to do with himself at the same time the movie inspired me to the point of realizing that it's time for my life to change and to move on thank you so much for the inspiration that this movie provided for me and so many others I'm sure if not when the time comes you'll be able to appreciate this movie for what it does and for what it means thank you Sundance this is great work