By: Nathan A. Baldwin
A single mother, living with her two daughters in the sunniest part of LA is swept of her feet into polysemic ties between love, anger, confusion and men.
Home Again tells the story of a coming out and embracement of nostalgia through storytelling and friendship. The movie takes the audience on a ride through the typical life of filmmakers and performers inside the entertainment industry and captures the real life context beautifully through intricate directions in realism.
Whereas this movie this movie hits ominous tones of sad context, there is just enough comedic relief to make it a perfect heartwarming date night movie.
I give Home Again: 4 out of 5 stars