After a tragic school shooting, two parents meet from opposite sides of the tragedy to try to get an understanding of what really happened. One couple lost their son in the mass shooting. The other couple are the parents of the perpetrator.
Director's debutant Fran Kratz explores with great empathy themes such as grief, guilt and forgiveness based on one of the most politically charged issues in the United States. With great praise, he has, among other things, been compared to the playwright Tennessee Williams. Starring Reed Birney, Ann Dowd, Jason Isaacs and Martha Plimpton.