A good cast, doing their very best with a sometimes lumbering script.
I watched it at home. It's a Netflix film so I presume small screen viewing was the ultimate intention, however the laborious written exposition at the start was hard to read and, in one instance, not on the screen long enough. That didn't put me in a good mood to watch it and I hoped it wasn't important information (of course it was. Why would it be there otherwise?).
I see the Tomatometer didn't rise to this which did surprise me. I suspect that if I'd made the effort to see it during the awards season, with the big guns, I would have dismissed it but in the wilds of March, it was perfectly adequate entertainment.