Come Down Molly ★★★½

A young mother (Eleanore Hendricks), in the midst of something resembling a breakdown, flees to a remote cabin to spend a weekend with the gang of guys she hung with in her tomboy days. They take her back, like some kind of time machine; they all enjoy some mushrooms, and the movie mellows out with them, as our protagonist airs out some weirdness and makes a few unexpected discoveries. Writer/director Gregory Kohn lets this section meander a bit too long (even for a generous soul like me), but he’s getting at some uncomfortable truths about parenthood and responsibility; his film is casually funny and thankfully wise.