I was pleasantly surprised by this film. The director and scriptwriters kept everything together with a solid beginning, middle and ending (Which is rare these days where many indie films lose their way and fail in their endings.). Michael Jefferson really sells it. He has to be in every scene in the film and you really, really feel for the guy. He is very sad in a pathetic way. His wife, played by Sarah Schoofs (of Elias's Gut fame) is great too, keeps your attention throughout. Even Debbie Rochon is here in a small part. I have very little to nitpick at (maybe the opening credit sequence could have been jazzed up, but that is a nit) and it is a solid film. The IMDB lists this as his first feature, so I would say he is off to a great start in film making. The film is released on DVD & VOD 11/25/14... high recommend for sure.