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Kent Jones · USA · 2018 · 97 mins · PG
AwardsIMDbMetaCritic 86Rotten Tomatoes 93%
Seventy-year-old widow Diane (the marvelous Mary Kay Place) appears selfless in her dedication to others. She visits the sick and feeds the homeless. If she could appease whatever demons are haunting her drug-addicted son (Jake Lacy), she would do that, too. The first dramatic feature from critic and documentarian Kent Jones is a deceptively modest character study, yet this intensely compassionate, acutely observed piece cuts to the very quick. As written, as directed and as acted by the superb Place, Diane is a complex, troubled, contradictory woman—and all the more beautiful for that.
–Vancouver International Film Festival

“Quiet and profound.” –The Playlist
“A tender, wrenching, and beautifully made movie… intensely enjoyable and alive.” –Variety
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