After a chance encounter on the street, a woman tries to encourage a pregnant domestic abuse victim to seek help.
When Áila encounters a young Indigenous woman, barefoot and crying in the rain on the side of a busy street, she soon discovers that this young woman, Rosie, has just escaped a violent assault at the hands of her boyfriend. Áila decides to bring Rosie home with her and over the course of the evening, the two navigate the aftermath of this traumatic event.
“SUBTLE AND INVOLVING”
- Sheri Linden, Hollywood Reporter
“QUIETLY ILLUSTRATES THE ETERNAL CONUNDRUM OF TRYING TO BE GOOD WITHOUT BEING A DO-GOODER, AND TRYING TO BE INDEPENDENT WHILE ALSO RECOGNIZING THE NEED FOR A HELPING HAND.”
- Peter Howell, Toronto Star
“IT’S RARE TO FIND A FILM OF SUCH BOTTOMLESS DEPTHS.”
- Sophie Monks Kaufman, Little White Lies
9pm THE BODY REMEMBERS WHEN THE WORLD BROKE OPEN