We were able to see this gem at the Napa Valley Film Festival. Well written; well edited. The nicest thing about this film for me was the characters were absolutely believable, and made the story flow. No one tried too hard; no playing for sympathy. Just a real family (bi-racial) having to adjust to a move from a big city to a small town (very white). Little touches - for example, not having their "stuff" arrive to their address in time, which we all rely on for comfort when facing a new place - made everything work. Wonderful experience. Thank you Rob Meyer, et al., and to the Napa Valley Film Festival for exposing us to so many new and different points of view.
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