Frustrated, aspiring artist Freya has put her career on hold to care for her formerly famous artist dad. When her estranged, well-heeled sister Fiona shows up, the sisters grapple with the impending demise of their famous artist father. Finding themselves back in the house they grew up in, the sisters are forced to navigate their eccentric father as well as the new-agey hippies and groupies that flock around him, all while nursing long simmering resentments and sibling rivalry. And the big question remains: who is to be the benefactor of their father’s substantial estate?
Sending up LA’s contemporary art scene with a wink, Sarah Carter delivers a hip and quirky family story laced with tenderness and humor. Shot in luminous black and white, this feature debut marks a fresh new voice in indie filmmaking. Canadian-born actor Carter takes the director’s chair to share her clearly articulated comedic vision in this stylish dramedy. --Karen McMullen