May 13, 2018 § Leave a comment
Winner of the the Founders Award for Best U.S. Narrative Feature at the Tribeca Film Festival 2018.
“Diane” is a woman in her 60’s/70’s, who her friends and family can count on. She is a mother who has never stopped caring, and truly values those close to her. She can be found holding the hand of her dying cousin at her hospital bedside, at the dinner table gossiping with her relatives over a home cooked meal, at a soup kitchen dishing out meals to the homeless with her best friend, or making frequent visits to her drug-addicted son’s apartment to try to get him help. As she begins to lose her loved ones, she reflects back on her life, and her one sin that her family has held over her head for her entire life.