08 Dec


This indie drama portrays a single day shared by an 11-year-old boy and his uncle, who’s recently rejoined the world after eight years in prison. (Netflix)

I’m going to cut straight to the chase on this one. This is just really bleak. And sad. Bleak and sad. Throw in some poignancy. But that’s about it. Common is really impressive as the Uncle. It’s a really complex and fascinating character. You could really see both sides. The side that his nephew, Woody, idolizes, and the part that landed him in jail. Michael Rainey Jr. is also really good as Woody. He’s got a good career ahead of him if he keeps it up. But this is an interesting movie, although quite sad.


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