In White Lie, you watch as a con artist desperately tries to maintain their story of having cancer, seemingly by any means necessary.
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You ever think to yourself, “I built up a tolerance to this kind of stuff?” Yeah, “Run Hide Fight” may test that theory.
“If Not Now, When?” in exploring the struggle to maintain long relationships, reminds you why all the work is ultimately worth it.
I Remember asks you to forgive it’s lead tells, as he gets the chance to live out his dream of dating the girl who always seemed out of his league.
“In Search of the Sanderson Sisters” is truly a labor of love with moments that remind you why Bette Midler is often associated with being camp.
Despite its subject matter, there is something surprisingly tame about “Gossamer Folds,” which shows how tolerance and acceptance develops over hate.
Despite a few painfully awkward moments, “Ellie and Abbie (And Ellie’s Dead Aunt” does ultimately give you what you need from it.
In what may feel like a prequel to “Shiva Baby,” Rachel Sennott is joined by Madeline Grey DeFreece for another awkward funeral situation.
Dancing on the tightrope between cringe and funny, “Shiva Baby” presents Rachel Sennott as someone on the cusp of mainstream fame.
In this quiet drama, a young girl, on the brink of puberty, wonders what the end result might be.