- Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Susan Sarandon, Carey Mulligan, Johnny Simmons, Aaron Johnson, Zoë Kravitz, Cheryl Alessio, Lindsay Beamish, James Biberi, Cynthia Boorujy, Dante E. Clark, Cheryl Cosenza, Alyssa May Gold, Maria Justine Henley, Hannah Hodson, Heather Matthews-Yanoff, Anthony Del Negro, Javier Picayo, Miles Robbins, Garett Ross, Eric Santiago
- Director: Shana Feste
- Writer: Shana Feste
- Producers: Lynette Howell, Beau St. Clair
- Co Producers: Katie Mustard, Amanda Scarano
- Associate Producers: Nissa Ren Cannon, Chris Charalambous
- Executive Producers: Pierce Brosnan, Anthony Callie, Doug Dey, Ron Hartenbaum, Aaron Kaufman, Douglas Kuber, Myles Nestel
- Art Direction: Bradley Schmidt
- Castings: Ali Farrell, Laura Rosenthal
- Costume Design: Luca Mosca
- D.O.P.: John Bailey
- Editor: Cara Silverman
- Makeup: Andrea Miller
- Music: Christophe Beck
- Production Design: Judy Rhee
- Set Decoration: Laura Hyman
A family is still coping with the death of their 18-year-old son when their son's girlfriend reveals that she is carrying his child.
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Filming Locations: New York, USA
- MPAA Warning: Language, some sexual content and drug use
- Production Budget: $6 million
- Production Companies: Barbarian Films, Irish DreamTime, Oceana Media Finance, Silverwood Films, Tax Credit Finance
2010 Guide Analysis: "One of last year's highest profile premieres at Sundance, reviews were very good but the film didn't excite buyers or critics in the way some other high profile efforts like "An Education" and "Precious". Playing various festivals throughout the year, the quite emotional piece has finally secured a deal and will get a platform release kicking off in March.
The catch will be the emotional elements of the movie which is an at times almost painful reflection on grief thanks to the strong cast. Adult audiences who demand more from their cinema than mainstream fare usually provides will likely flock to it, but as for its chances of crossing over - that's unlikely for what is essentially a 'downer' of a picture, no matter how well it's made."