In a near-future city of economic hardship, Gwen and her daughter Jules do all they can to hold on to their joy together, despite the instability. Performances are strong, especially from lead Jacqueline Kim, who is so compelling as the protagonist, who will do anything for her daughter but also is very human and flawed. The special effects are terrific for such a low budget indie, and they never go over the top or detract from the story
I saw this movie and I enjoyed it. I don’t know if I would sIay that it was “the greatest”, but it was definitely interesting and well made. The actors/actresses were great. It is a thought-provoking a movie is, the fewer people will get it. I really like the mind twisters. I am very happy that an asian women could do such kind of script which is not previously attempted by Women.