SYNOPSIS:
When the law shows up to take a retired schoolteacher's grandson into custody, things take a turn for the worst. In this brooding tale about the darker side of unconditional love, an indomitable (and perhaps slightly unhinged) grandmother pits herself against the forces that could tear her family apart.

Starring:
Tyler Chase (THE WALKING DEAD)
Rebecca Koon (THE NOTEBOOK, THE GIFT, LETS BE COPS)
Kevin L. Johnson (PRISONERS, CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR)

Directed by Ben Joyner
Written By Josh Barkey
Produced by Emily Seifert, Ben Joyner
Cinematography by Tucker MacDonald
Edited by Jacob Kirby, Ben Joyner

*OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cucalorus Film Festival 2014
*OFFICIAL SELECTION: Asheville Cinema Festival 2014
*OFFICIAL SELECTION: San Jose International Short Film Festival 2014
*OFFICIAL SELECTION: Cincinnati Film Festival 2014

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Comment by i.am.will on July 8, 2015 at 8:10pm

Wow, haunting. The story leaves me hungry for more, wanting to know the answers to so many questions.  Powerful story telling. 

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