Not sure if I've ever seen a movie that FUCKS harder than this
God this was basically made for me as I'm apparently biased towards films about the Bay Area and the ongoing struggle with gentrification. A very unique and thoughtful film about family and home, I was barely holding back tears several times during both the film and the Q&A. The two lead performances are absolutely incredible. Can't wait for more people to see it.
Noah Jupe and Shia's chemistry is remarkable, Hedges does a good impression (genuinely). Really admire the mess of emotions the main relationship portrays, getting a documentary director definitely helped make everything feel real even when it hits more cliched beats. Not the most revelatory film in the world, but very personal and fascinating to consider against reality.