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A Feature Film
When Jane fails her final college class, she returns home to her parent's lake house where she comes to terms with the trauma that derailed her senior year.
“With subtlety and a distinct sense of place, this film thoughtfully explores the nuances of reeling from and beginning the ongoing process of healing from trauma. This deeply empathetic film also manages to assert the possibilities of language outside of the spoken word through showcasing how forms of communication like ASL allow us to be open and embody our truth in ways that our voice may not.”
- Oxford Film Festival Jury
“An Independent Spirit worthy directorial debut from Anna Baumgarten. "
- Richard Propes, The Independent Critic
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THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE: Austin Film Festival Review. Communication breakdown in this award-winning drama
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